Frances Fuller is the Implementation Specialist working at our New York office, focusing on supporting adaptation and mitigation implementation projects particularly in the Caribbean and similar work undertaken in other regions. She has a strong background in project management and stakeholder engagement within the context of the United Nations (UN) and the government of Antigua and Barbuda. Frances has supported and executed the UN Secretary General’s strategy on climate change and was a member of the Cabinet of the President of the 68th Session of the General Assembly. Her experience at the UN also included maintaining engagement and contact with high level representatives, in particular in relation to major UN Conferences such as the International Conference on SIDS, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Agreement. Prior to this she worked as a Special Advisor and an Environment Officer to the Department of Environment of Antigua and Barbuda, where she was responsible for the implementation of development projects, and served as a member of the delegation to multilateral environmental agreements, including the UNFCCC.
Frances holds her post graduate degree in Environment, Politics and Globalisation from King’s College London and her undergraduate in Environmental Biogeoscience from Leeds University.
- Climate change loss & damage - an urgent, cross-cutting issue Amanda Colombo, Frances Fuller, Laetitia De Marez, 18 July 2018