Guided by the executive committee and advisory group, JIPS’ passionate and skilled team makes its global work possible. The organisation has two core units with dedicated management positions – field support & capacity building, and information management & innovation – and further staff working in coordination & management, communications & advocacy and grants & budget management.
JIPS’ team is guided by three core values:
The coordination & management team is responsible for JIPS’ overall leadership.
With her background on urbanism and community engagement, Wilhelmina contributes to refining profiling processes and tools in urban areas and leads our work on enhancing the participation of displacement-affected communities in data collection, analysis and development of recommendations. Wilhelmina also leads the development and implementation of JIPS’ information management strategy and promotes innovation in its work processes. She oversees the maintenance and improvement of the organisation’s methods, tools and training, and contributes to its role as global profiling hub. She also leads the development of strategic partnerships with other information management organisations.
The field support and capacity-building unit provides services to partners on the ground and develops profiling tools, guides and other products for governments and humanitarian and development bodies.
Andrés provides technical advice and support, both direct and remotely, to field partners to implement collaborative profiling processes and other displacement data collection activities. He brings in a rich professional background including experience working with diverse partners. Hear more from Andrés and check out his interview, as part of our series presenting the JIPS team.
Margharita coordinates the delivery of JIPS’ technical advice and capacity-building support to field partners, and handles requests for its services. She also helps to expand its practices by refining knowledge and tools in specialised areas, and provides direct support to country operations.
Dieter supports governments, humanitarian and development actors in the East Africa and Great Lakes region with technical support for coordinating collaborative data collection and analysis. Bringing experience from the UN, bilateral agencies and iNGOs, he contributes to developing and refining participatory tools and processes as well as fundamental reflections on turning data into action.
Ola contributes to the delivery of JIPS’ technical support to profiling exercises, specifically in Sudan, including methodology development, design of data collection tools, facilitation of joint analysis as well as capacity building.
Antonio coordinates the delivery on the field of JIPS’ profiling exercise in Chihuahua, Mexico. He brings a professional background on data analysis around city planning that helps him on the development of a methodology, deployment of data collection tools, and joint analysis for this exercise.
Sarah contributes to the delivery of JIPS’ technical support to profiling exercises, specifically in Sudan, including methodology development, design of data collection tools, facilitation of joint analysis as well as capacity building.
The information management & innovation unit develops tools, guidance, training and partnerships that improve the quality of JIPS’ support. It also evolves ways to manage the large amounts of data that profiling generates, and to overcome the recurring challenges practitioners face.
Jonas helps to improve JIPS’ tools and guidance, particularly through capacity building activities and the development of guidance documents. He is the focal point for Profiling Coordination Training and other initiatives, including online learning. He also works to improve JIPS’ engagement with communities affected by displacement in profiling processes and how data literacy can be improved with partners.
Kristine contributes to improving JIPS’ tools and guidance by providing technical and statistical support. She also supports JIPS’ work with the Expert Group on Refugee and IDP Statistics (EGRIS).
The communications & advocacy team disseminates information about JIPS’ work to a wide range of audiences via different channels and tools, creating an open and engaging dynamic with stakeholders and practitioners in the field.
Corina works across JIPS’ core units and in collaboration with its coordinator to lead the development and implementation of the organisation’s communications strategy, strengthen its identity and manage all communications activities.
With her expertise at the intersection between communication and knowledge management, Beatrice contributes to JIPS’ communications activities, including helping to manage digital and social media channels, supporting the design of communications materials, and contributing to the organisation of events. She also provides cross-unit support to help leverage JIPS’ visibility and position across its areas of work. She nurtures a profound passion for all things Afghanistan, anthropology, literature and sustainable agriculture.
The grants and budget management team is responsible for keeping JIPS accountable for the services it provides.