Anne de la Bouillerie (known as Annie Goeke) has 25 years of leadership and experience in planning, developing, and maintaining programs using sustainable, holistic approaches for social enterprises and community building worldwide. She is a current UN NGO delegate through Earth Rights Institute, (ERI) a non-profit she co-founded. ERI assists communities and local stakeholders to empower themselves, providing programs and education that promote, create, and teach economic sustainable development. Ms. Goeke and ERI have worked on a wide range of initiatives and programs, including: ecological community development, fair trade, potable water solutions, waste management/recycling, urban youth programs, peace building education, economic policy reform, local organic farming collectives and markets. She has presented at international conferences and forums on climate change, sustainable development and leadership, including at the UN. ERI has developed a new program "Earth Rights Institute Living Lab" a pilot model immersion language/cultural educational program in Guatemala and an online course title "Become a leader in Sustainable Development".
Her experience uniquely combines a wide breadth of knowledge about 'green' practices in the marketplace and the implementation process for sustainable development. She has developed an unmatched and local communities range of contacts and relationships with stakeholders worldwide who work on global development.
Specialties: consultant, sustainable development expertise, global development consultant, non-profit administrator, non-profit management consultant, speaker on global development, post-conflict, developing countries, social entrepreneurship, social innovation, program design, rural development, cooperatives, local ngos, capacity-building, global community, social movements and corporate social responsibility.