Laureline Simon Krichewsky works with the United Nations Climate Change Secretariat where she coordinates Resilience Frontiers, a UN interagency initiative and collective intelligence process to harness the potential of frontier technologies and emerging social trends to maximise long-term resilience to climate change. With the United Nations Climate Change Secretariat, she previously worked on loss and damage associated with climate change impacts, on the establishment of the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples platform, and on knowledge management on adaptation to climate change. She also worked with the French Development Agency, pioneering a programme on climate change adaptation at the Research Department, and opening the regional office in New Delhi, India.
She has over 10 years of experience in international project design and management, as well as research and knowledge curation, in the fields of mitigation and adaptation to climate change, sustainable urban development, indigenous knowledge and gender, including in Asia, Africa and Latin America. She is passionate about transformative and regenerative approaches to climate-resilience, working with transdisciplinary and multicultural teams, as well as collaborating with artists to challenge the status quo. She studied political and social sciences in Paris and Boston, as well as Indian languages and civilization.