Caecilie Radert


Caecilie has experience in global trade and private sector development in sub-Saharan Africa, and now works with private and public entities on the development of responsible mineral supply chains.

As third-party auditor of the iTSCi conflict-free tin scheme, a minerals traceability initiative covering conflict-affected and high-risk countries in the Great Lakes Region, Caecilie has conducted iTSCi missions auditing upstream mining companies in the Great Lakes Region, as well as international traders on due diligence and supply chain risk assessments.

Caecilie has also gained expertise in corporate social responsibility in global mineral supply chains, and worked for clients such as UNICEF to devise intervention frameworks for child rights protection in mining communities.

Previously, Caecilie supported the European Union Business Group in Tanzania, as part of her work at the European Union Delegation in Tanzania. She gained special expertise in private investment, local value chains, and economic development in sub-Saharan Africa.

Caecilie holds an MA in International Development, with a focus on African Studies and Global Economic Policy, from the Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA), Sciences Po. She also has an MA in Economics and International Relations from University of Aberdeen. She speaks German, English, French, and Spanish.