Claire Boulanger is a consultant in project evaluation and audits for non-profit organizations, including French and international NGOs, private foundations, and local government. As a certified auditor, she has been conducting audits against the HAP Standard since 2011 and against the CHS since 2015. After graduating from Sciences Po in Paris and studying European Affairs at the Freie Universität in Berlin, she served as the head of mission for Médecins du Monde in Croatia and Bosnia during and after the Balkan war. Her experience in managing complex humanitarian operations and project evaluation includes post genocide Rwanda and Zaire (DRC), Liberia, Haiti, Tunisia, central Europe and Russia.
As the Director of social and urban development of the main social housing company in France, she created and managed a mediation service in disadvantaged urban areas, supported grassroots projects in multicultural environments, and participatory approaches in major urban renewal programs.
As an independent consultant, she creates and facilitates workshops and trainings on quality and accountability, humanitarian principles, coordination activities, partnerships, and pre-departure preparation for a number of organizations ranging from French-based or global INGOs to private companies, as part of their CSR.
She has been serving for 6 years on the Board of Médecins du Monde (MdM) France and is currently a board member of Doctors of the World (MdM USA) and Ärtzte der Welt (MdM Germany).