Martina Kampmann, Senior Associate 4Sing Foresight to Strategy for Security and Sustainability in Governance, Germany
Ms Martina Kampmann is a Senior Policy Expert on Strategic Partnerships, multi-stakeholder knowledge sharing and mutual learning networks in various policy areas. From 2013 to 2014 she was Senior Counsellor of the ‘Knowledge Sharing Alliance’ (KSA) at the Office of the Secretary General of the OECD. Previously she was a senior manager at the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). She is now Senior Associate of 4Sing GmbH Consult, founded by Adrian Taylor. She is also connected to several global city networks and initiatives at the Technical University Berlin.
At OECD her duties included the development of knowledge sharing and mutual learning in the Organisation and the establishment of the Knowledge Sharing with emerging and developing countries and with organizations with field presence, creating synergies between policy and practice. The programme involved OECD and international experts in particular on green growth and green urban development in Dynamic Asia; innovating public sector policies and civil society participation; as well as Strategic Foresight and other strategic topics of global relevance.
At the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) Martina was inter alia Director of International Strategic Alliances and Partnerships. In 2012-2013 she was President of the ‘EU Practitioners Network’ working closely with the European Commission, and she worked in close partnerships with the Worldbank Group, the regional banks, and civil society organizations in Asia and Latin America. During the 1980/90s she worked in several Asian countries, chiefly in Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and in Latin America.
Martina, a German national, holds a Master of Arts in Political Science, International Affairs, Economics and Social Geography from the Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany. She served as panelist and provided lectures e.g. during the Worldbank-KDI conference on South-South cooperation (Seoul, August 2014), and attended the recent HLM3 Country led Knowledge Sharing (Washington, March 2016). She also served as a panelist for the High Level Japan-OECD conference on Urban development and infrastructure (Tokyo, Oct 2014); and was a key speaker on City to City learning (CDIA, Manila, Nov 2014). Recent publications: OECD Series on Post 2015: Policy Dialogues, knowledge sharing and mutual learning (OECD, June 2014); The Knowledge Sharing Alliance, OECD broshure, Oct 2014.