As Program Manager at the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation, Mathilde Douillet is spearheading the International Program on Sustainable Food Systems and Diet, handling the call for international research projects, implementing the Premio Daniel Carasso, and following the International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems (IPES-Food). Previously, at the Foundation for World Agriculture and Rural Life (FARM) in Paris, she launched food crop projects with farmers’ cooperatives in Burkina Faso and Mali; and worked as a research analyst on trade and agricultural policies in Sub-Saharan Africa, and as a project leader on agricultural policies and food security. At FARM, Mathilde focused on the analysis of agricultural markets and policies and their impacts on food security and its governance, following international debates, multilateral and regional trade negotiations and agricultural policy initiatives in Africa. She has a PhD in economics and an M.Eng in agricultural development.