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Géraldine Kutas - Head of International Affairs & Senior International Advisor to the President

At UNICA since 2007, Géraldine Kutas is responsible for defining and leading the entity’s international activities. A seasoned professional specializing in international trade policy, Kutas leverages over a decade of experience to strengthen UNICA’s activities across the European Union, the United States and Asia. She has a deep expertise in biofuels and agricultural policies, coupled with extensive exposure to multilateral and regional trade negotiations in agriculture. Ms. Kutas is the author and co-author of several international publications on these topics.

Before joining UNICA, she was a researcher and a professor at the Groupe d’Economie Mondiale at Sciences Po(GEM), Paris, and coordinator of the European Biofuels Policy research programme (EBP). Ms. Kutas has worked as a consultant at the Inter-American Bank of Development and for several agri-business firms in France.

Ms. Kutas has a Ph.D. in International Economics from the Institut d’Etudes Poliques de Paris and a Masters in Latin American Studies from Georgetown University.

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