Marieke is based in The Hague, Netherlands. She is responsible for the ongoing development and implementation of ASI’s impacts and Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) program, and will support ASI’s broader organisational partnerships, collaborations and stakeholder engagement.
Marieke’s background lies in the development and implementation of standards, certification and impact evaluation systems in mineral and metal supply chains. Previously she worked at the Responsible Jewellery Council where she managed RJC’s certification and M&E work programs. She was actively engaged in the planning, internal research, outreach and collaborations with key stakeholders for impacts research, particularly looking at mid-scale gold mining. Her most recent role was at Bettercoal, where she led the review and implementation of the new coal supplier Assessment System. She established a multi-stakeholder Technical & Advisory Committee to complete this work through consultative and consensus-building processes over a two-year review period.
Marieke holds a Masters in Environment, Development and Policy from the University of Sussex and a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Cultural and Social Anthropology from the University of Amsterdam. She is a Dutch native speaker, fluent in English, and has a working level of Spanish and German.