Maylis supports EITI implementation in Central Africa (Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and the Republic of Congo). She also reviews and analyses EITI Reports, Annual Progress Reports, work plans, Terms of Reference and other country documents, and participates in the International Secretariat’s work on Validation.
Prior to joining the EITI, Maylis obtained 12 years of experience developing advocacy work and projects mainly concerning the transparency and management of extractive revenues, working for Oxfam France and then GIZ in Mali. More recently, she developed a specific expertise on commodity trading transparency working at the OECD Development Centre.
Maylis holds a MA in Development Studies and Geopolitics from the University La Sorbonne in Paris and is fluent in French and English. Her professional interests include teaching extractive transparency issues in Francophone Africa or in massive open online course format. In her spare time, she enjoys some cooking and practicing yoga.