Clemence Quint is a strategic communications expert, with over four years’ experience in program development and implementation in complex settings. Clemence started her career in the humanitarian field, working with NGO HQs and field operations throughout the Middle East, France, and Morocco.
With Lapis in Afghanistan, she has led and delivered successful communications campaigns on civic education, governance, capacity-building, counter-narcotics and women’s empowerment. Across these areas, she has driven consistent results through her nuanced understanding of target audiences and change mechanisms, her collaborative innovative approaches to strategic communications, and her focus in implementing complex projects with diverse stakeholders and partners. Her work takes her to far reaching corners of the country where she advises local governments on strategic communications, and her client portfolio includes the likes of the US Embassy, USAID, DFID and other governmental and non-governmental organizations.
She holds a Master’s degree in International Relations with a concentration in Conflict and Development Studies from Sciences Po Lille. She speaks native French as well as conversational Spanish and Arabic, and is currently learning Dari.