Meet Our New Staff Members

Sarah Drost
Sarah Drost (MSc) joined Aidenvironment in May 2017. In her previous positions at the Clingendael Institute and the Partnerships Resource Centre (RSM-EUR), Sarah has built a track record of research projects related to sustainable value chain development in fragile settings, with a particular focus on responsible sourcing, cross-sector partnerships, and smallholder and SME inclusion into global supply/value chains. Her experience includes extensive fieldwork in Africa and Asia. With Sarah’s keen eye for local dynamics and power structures, she is able to contextualize the socioeconomic and political field of operation for value chain stakeholders.

Camille Bonneville
Camille Bonneville joins Aidenvironment Asia as a junior consultant in the Corporate Sustainability Unit. Camille has a Master’s degree in Social Geography from the University of Bordeaux Montaigne in France, where she specialized in sustainable development and local projects management. She will support consultants with research on palm oil companies for buyers, focusing on social issues.

Liesda Damayanti
Liesda Damayanti joins Aidenvironment Asia as an editor and communication specialist.
She has a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication from the University of Indonesia and has worked as a public relations and corporate communication consultant. Liesda has wide-ranging experience in the media industry, including journalism, broadcast media, and recently advocacy and campaigning for sustainable development.

Chistopher Wiggs
Chistopher Wiggs joins Aidenvironment Asia in July as a consultant in the Corporate Sustainability Unit. He has a Master of Science from Oxford Brookes University in the United Kingdom. His thesis “To what extent and under what circumstances does making a complaint through the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil complaints system contribute to conservation?” was conducted in collaboration with Aidenvironment Asia and the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil. We expect that his work experience be of great value to the development of Aidenvironment products and services.