Raj Rana

Raj Rana

Owner, the WolfGroup Consultants
 

En poste chez the WolfGroup Consultants

Précédents : International Commitee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

 

Précédents : University Of Cambridge, Carleton University

 

    En résumé

    Raj has over 18 years of international experience accompanying organizations and teams to pursue meaningful change through clarity of purpose. Graduated as an architect (B. ARCH M. ARCH), he then made the obvious next steps into a short military career including service as a UN peacekeeper then as a humanitarian worker in war zones with the Red Cross and subsequently setting up his own consulting firm. He is a Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF), a Certified GRI G4 Reporter and a graduate of the University of Cambridge Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Business (PCSB). Since founding the WolfGroup consultants in 2006, the company's work has spanned over 150 projects in 40 countries. Providing substantial services to the Third Sector, they are increasingly exploring disruptions taking place on the fringes, where innovation is coming from the meeting of philanthropy, corporate sustainability, FINTECH, traditional aid and donors- and those sparks can accelerate progress towards the SDGs. They co-create with clients through three interlinked areas of work: Making Sense + Strategy | Measure + Report Impact | Meaningful Stakeholder Engagement. Raj was born and raised in Canada and has been based in the Geneva region since 2003. Passionate about all things related to mountains, he has settled in the French Alps with his wife Paula and their two children, where he can ski (badly), hike (slowly) and motorcycle (cautiously) from his doorstep.

Parcours

 

Director

Chez the WolfGroup Consultants

De 2006 à aujourd'hui
Our work in sustainable development is to advance meaningful change through clarity of purpose. We co-create with our clients through three interlinked areas of work: | Making Sense + Strategy| We spend as much time sense-making as strategy-setting: facts and common sense are part-and-parcel of ...
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University Of Cambridge, Cambridge

PCSB, Sustainable Business

De juin 2016 à mai 2017
PCSB provides a broad and action-oriented introduction to sustainability in a business context. Through exposure to ‘real life’ industry practice, participants develop their understanding of the global context within which businesses operate, and explore the need for system-wide change. Individual ...
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Delegate

Chez International Commitee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

De 1998 à 2006
Over eight years held numerous management and advisory positions within the organization. Field experience included Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Russian Federation/Chechnya, Iraq and Sudan (Darfur), in positions of progressive responsibility. In advisory positions in the Geneva ...
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Carleton University, Ottawa

Master of Architecture (research_, Architecture

De septembre 2003 à avril 2005
Thesis: 'The Architecture(s) of Nation-Building' investigated how successfully metaphoric concepts are keeping pace with the changing realities of the international system, read through the unpacking of the architectural metaphor of nation-building and examining its figurative and literal ...
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Carleton University, Ottawa

Architecture (professional), Carleton University

De 1991 à 1997
Thesis: ‘Circumscribing the Stari Most’, exploring the relationship between war, culture and architecture, using the destroyed 14th century Stari Most bridge of Mostar, Bosnia- Herzegovina as its focus.

Compétences

 
  • Audit
  • Conseil
  • Développement durable
  • Facilitation
  • GRI G4
  • KPI
  • Management
  • Measurement/Metrics
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