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Inge Kauer

Executive Director, Access to Nutrition Foundation

As the Executive Director of the Access to Nutrition Foundation, Inge oversees all aspects of ATNF, including collaboration with external partners and stakeholders. Next to leading the organisation, she is also member of the board of ATNF.

Inge has spent more than 15 years working with public and private sector organizations on major social issues, including nutrition. She has a background in high-level stakeholder management and communications as well as both leading and building professional organizations. She has a passion for bringing together diverse stakeholders to facilitate sustainable improvements for all involved.

Prior to joining ATNI, Inge was a partner at Boer & Croon, a Dutch-based management consulting firm, where she provided strategic management and communications counsel to diverse government agencies, global corporations and non-profit organizations. She also worked in senior management positions within the Dutch and European, Middle Eastern, and African organizations (EMEA) of Porter Novelli, a global, full-service communications agency, and has advised various companies within the food and beverage industry on socially responsible practices and issues of corporate reputation. As regional director of EMEA, Inge worked with offices around the globe to ensure consistent high-quality client service, regional strategy and business development.

Inge is a non-executive board member of various organizations, including the national foundation for De Nieuwe Kerk (The New Church), a leading international cultural centre in Amsterdam. She holds Masters’ degrees from the University of Amsterdam in both Dutch Law and in Communications Science and a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Nyenrode University.

Marije Boomsma

Program Manager, Access to Nutrition Foundation

Marije started working with the Access to Nutrition Foundation June 2014. She is responsible for the day-to-day management of further developing, coordinating and communicating the Access to Nutrition Global Index 2015 as well as Spotlight Indexes in Mexico, India and South-Africa.  

Marije has over twelve years of consultancy, program- and team- management experience in sustainable agri-food business development in multi-stakeholder settings. She is analytical, a result oriented personality, effective communicator and organizer, with strong people skills, who is personally driven by realizing sustainable changes in the global food production system for people, planet as well as businesses.

Prior to working for the Access to Nutrition Foundation, Marije worked as Senior consultant and Team leader for the Sustainable Economic Development division of the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) in Amsterdam – an independent Knowledge Institute – advising both private (multinational) food companies and agri-commodity suppliers in emerging markets as well as public and not-for-profit organisations. Marije also worked for four years as (independent) sustainable development consultant overseas in Asia. She started her career working for Unilever in supply chain management and in organizational and management consultancy in Europe.

Marije holds her Masters in International Relations and undertook post-doc programs at London University in Agribusiness Development and Cambridge University in Sustainable Business

Rachel Crossley

Senior Advisor, Access to Nutrition Foundation

Rachel has more than twenty years of experience working at the nexus of sustainability, business and responsible investment. Prior to working with ATNI, she was a Director of two leading UK responsible investment teams within large UK asset managers. In those roles, she was responsible for designing and leading shareholder engagement programmes, on behalf of more than £100 billion of client investments, on a wide range of environmental and social issues, including consumer health and nutrition. She is the author of numerous corporate benchmarks and reports, including several looking at the response of the food and beverage sector to obesity and diet-related chronic diseases, on which ATNI draws. She also has extensive experience in developing, managing and participating in multi-stakeholder initiatives and has held numerous positions on not-for-profit Boards and Committees. Prior to working in the City, Rachel worked at the World Bank in Washington D.C. as an environmental and project economist on a wide range of development projects, and then in New York with an environmental finance company. She has a Masters degree, with Distinction, in Environmental Resources and Policy from the University of London and a Dual Honours Bachelors degree in economics and geography from the University of Sheffield, UK.

Simona Kramer

Research Analyst

Simona joined the ATNF as an intern in November 2014. In May 2015, she was promoted to the position of programme assistant and as of January 2017 she works as Research Analyst. Her responsibilities cover company research, data analysis, desk research, report writing and maintenance of the data gathering platform.

After her MSc graduation from political science at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Simona worked as a trainee with Royal HaskoningDHV and True Price. She also spent some time as a volunteer with the Gabriel Project Mumbai in the Kalva slum of Mumbai, India.

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The Access to Nutrition Index rates food and beverage manufacturers´ nutrition-related policies, practices and disclosures worldwide on a recurring basis.

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Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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