Anita Ernstorfer

Published on May 21, 2019 | Categorised in:

Anita Ernstorfer works independently through her own advisory and research firm Untangle (LLC), based in the US and working globally. As a senior associate with Interpeace’s Advisory Team (IPAT) she is the course director of the effective advising in complex contexts course. Anita brings 20 years of international experience to these roles, working in a range of contexts across the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America. She specialises in peacebuilding, dialogue and mediation work, conflict sensitivity and systems and complexity approaches. She works with multi-mandate organizations and individuals on portfolio strategies, and change processes at organizational, systems, and personal levels. Previously, Anita was the Director of the Peacebuilding Effectiveness Practice at Collaborative Learning (CDA), the developers of the Do No Harm and Reflecting on Peace Practice initiatives and led various collaborative learning initiatives. She has worked as a peacebuilding, conflict prevention, and conflict sensitivity adviser with UNDP and UNICEF, and as a program manager with GIZ on Latin America. Anita operates in English, Spanish, and German, and holds a Master of Arts degree in Political Science.