Angie Dazé

Senior Policy Advisor and Lead, Gender Equality

Angie Dazé has been working with IISD’s Resilience team since 2014. Her work focuses on policy and practice related to climate change adaptation, resilience, and gender equality. This includes analysis, guidance, and technical support for National Adaptation Plan (NAP) processes through the NAP Global Network. In addition, she leads research projects exploring the gender dimensions of climate change adaptation in different contexts. Recognized for her work, Angie was included in Apolitical's 100 Most Influential People in Gender Policy list for 2021.

Past projects include the analysis and development of tools and guidance on different aspects of resilience, such as migration and conservation, ecosystem-based adaptation, and the role of financial services in supporting climate risk management. She has extensive experience facilitating training and learning processes. Angie’s past work includes positions with CARE International and the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).

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Areas of expertise
Climate Change Adaptation
Food and Agriculture
Gender Equality
Resilience Building in Rural Communities
Gender-Responsive Adaptation
National Adaptation Plans
Staff type
Master of Arts–Interdisciplinary Studies, Royal Roads University, Canada, 2012
Bachelor of Science–Geological Environmental Engineering, Queen’s University, Canada, 1998
Languages spoken
English, French