Pauline Döll is the new CBI department head
As of 1 August, Pauline Döll is the new Head of Department at the Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries (CBI). For the last few months, she was the acting Head of Department.
Previously, Pauline was Head of the Economic Team and Attaché for Innovation at the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Moscow. Before that, she had various management positions at the Netherlands Enterprise Agency, the former NL Agency and the Netherlands Foreign Trade Agency. Pauline is a Slavic language and literature graduate.
Confidence in the future
CBI is pleased to have her as the new Head of Department and is confident that she will able to lead it into a new phase. In the next few years, CBI will follow an innovative strategy that fits the challenges of today.
Also, CBI will work with its partners and extensive network of experts to deal with significant economic and social challenges. Challenges like sustainability, changing markets, employment opportunities for women and young people, and climate change.
Pauline Döll on her new position
"In close cooperation with its European partners, CBI has had a very important function for developing countries for dozens of years. I am pleased to be able to contribute to increasing the economic impact of our programmes. I am also happy I can work with our Dutch, international and local partners to help companies become more sustainable. It gives me great pride to lead CBI's experienced, adaptable and driven team on behalf of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency."