Scarlet is the Acting Executive Director at Tent.
Prior to Tent, Scarlet worked at the Clinton Foundation for eight years. She was the Associate Director of the Commitments Department and head of the Response & Resilience track at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI). In this role, she advised corporate, philanthropic, government and non-profit leaders responding to natural disasters and humanitarian crises. Before that, Scarlet worked at the Elie Wiesel Foundation, founded by Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel, where she organized international conferences with world leaders.
She has a BA from Trinity College Dublin.
Veronica (Noni) Rossini
Veronica (Noni) is the Director of Marketing and Communications at Tent, overseeing earned and owned media, research output and events.
Prior to joining Tent, Noni was the Director of Communications at Girl Effect, a UK-based nonprofit founded by the Nike Foundation. In this role, she managed all global communications activities for the Girl Effect parent brand through high-profile integrated campaigns spanning press, digital, and reputation management. She spent the majority of her career at communications consultancies in the UK – Teneo and Havas PR – advising corporate clients such as McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, Instagram and the Guardian News & Media.
Noni has a BA in English Literature from University of Warwick, and an MPhil in International Relations from the University of Cambridge.
Nick is the Director of UNSTUCK at the Tent Partnership for Refugees.
Prior to joining the team, Nick worked in management and brand strategy consulting, leading engagements across non and for profit sectors. His past projects include building a collective impact initiative to improve student outcomes with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, working with Para La Naturaleza in Puerto Rico to increase environmental consciousness and hurricane resilience, and developing The Met’s brand and visitor experience to increase reach and relevance. Nick’s other past clients include Microsoft, eBay, Lumina Foundation, Hyatt, Vodafone, and Unilever.
Nick has a B.Comm from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa, and a MSc International Marketing from the University of Strathclyde, Scotland.
Hélène van Melle
Hélène is the Associate Director for Global Partnerships, Lead for Europe, at the Tent Partnership for Refugees.
Prior to joining Tent, she worked for over twenty years at Accenture in Consulting and Global HR roles and was part of the Accenture team that set up the Refugee Talent Hub, accelerating the way to work by connecting companies to refugee talent.
Hélène has a Masters in Business Economics, is married with 3 children, and lives in the Netherlands.
Andreas is the Associate Director for Global Partnerships, Lead for Europe, at the Tent Partnership for Refugees.
He was previously in charge of corporate partnerships at Kompass in Frankfurt/Main, a job placement program for young refugees developed by JOBLINGE, a leading NGO fighting youth unemployment in Germany. Prior to working in the nonprofit sector, Andreas has held international management positions in the car industry for VW, SIXT and BMW, before serving corporate clients as a freelance interim manager and consultant.
Andreas holds a bachelor’s degree in Finance from Georgia Southern University, a master’s in Business Administration from University of Applied Science in Mainz and a master’s in Management of Cultural and Nonprofit-Organizations from Kaiserslautern University of Technology.
Ileana Cruz-Marden is the Senior Manager for Global Partnerships, Lead for Latin America, at the Tent Partnership for Refugees.
Prior to Tent, Ileana worked with the City Resilience Delivery Team at 100 Resilient Cities to develop and implement a disaster reliance strategy for Puerto Rico following the devastation left by Hurricane Maria in 2017. Ileana previously worked at USA for UNHCR as Project Coordinator for the Partnership for Refugees initiative, and at the U.S. Supreme Court as Special Aide to Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
Ileana has a Master in Public Affairs from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and a BA in Political Science from the University of Puerto Rico, where she was a Gates and Truman Scholar.
Yaron Schwartz is the Associate Director for Global Partnerships, Lead for U.S., at Tent.
Prior to joining Tent, Yaron worked at Deloitte in a consulting and public policy role focused on projects related to corruption, youth unemployment and immigration. He also previously worked for a member of the UK Parliament and a public affairs consultancy and served as a blogger at the Huffington Post.
Yaron has a BA in International Studies and History from Yale University and a MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics, where he was a Fulbright Scholar.
Desmond is the Senior Manager for Global Partnerships, Lead for Canada and the UK.
Prior to Tent, Desmond worked in both non and for profit sectors across North America and Asia. He served as a Battalion logistics officer for the Singapore Armed Forces, and as Commercial Consul at the Singapore Consulate General in Shanghai, China. In Shanghai, he held a concurrent appointment as Regional Director for Enterprise Singapore, a Singapore government agency focusing on growing Singapore’s external economy. In Toronto, Desmond was a Manager at Bain & Company, and worked with clients on projects related to private equity, change management and enterprise strategy. He is currently a volunteer responder with the Canada Suicide Prevention Service and the Distress Centres of Greater Toronto.
Desmond holds a BA in Economics from Columbia University, a MSc in Public Policy from Japan’s National Graduate Institute of Policy Studies, and an MBA from the Rotman School of Business.
Crissy is the Senior Manager of Events and Communications at Tent.
Prior to joining Tent, Crissy worked at Action Against Hunger, a global humanitarian organization, as their Senior Development Officer. In this role she was responsible for fundraising, planning events, and organizing field visits to mission offices.
Crissy has a BA in Journalism from Pennsylvania State University.
Daniela Guzmán is the Senior Manager of Research & Communications at Tent.
Prior to joining Tent, Daniela worked as a journalist covering economic, political, and financial news, with a special focus on Latin America. As a correspondent for Bloomberg in Chile, she reported on the economic and public policy impact of the Venezuelan refugee crisis in the region. Daniela previously worked on research and communications initiatives for the United Nations Kosovo Team and United Nations Development Programme in Brazil. She has also interned at The New York Times News Service & Syndicate and The Miami Herald.
Daniela has a Master of International Affairs with a concentration in Economic and Political Development from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the University of Florida.
Dajana is the Events and Communications Specialist at Tent.
Prior to joining Tent, Dajana worked as Account Executive at the PR agencies Burson Cohn & Wolfe and Marco de Comunicacion, where she was responsible for the implementation of strategic communication plans, international media relations, events planning and development of brand and corporate identities. Before that, Dajana worked as a freelance translator and as a linguist at the European Union Intellectual Property Office.
Dajana has a BA in Translation and Interpreting from the University of Salamanca and an MA in Corporate Communications, Protocol and Events from the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya in Spain.
Juan Blanco is the Senior Manager of UNSTUCK at the Tent Partnership for Refugees.
Previously, he was at the United Nations advising governments, companies and international organizations on initiatives to accelerate digitization of payments to reduce poverty and support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. He has also worked with the Center for Financial Inclusion at Accion in Washington D.C. focusing on emerging fintech and consumer capability issues and for the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development in Geneva.
Juan has a BA in History and Modern Languages from Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogota, Colombia and an MA in International Development Policy from Boston University.
Jennifer Jian is the Senior Manager of Finance and Operations at Tent.
Prior to joining Tent, Jennifer worked in finance and operations at the U.S. headquarter of HNA Capital International, an integrated financial company established to acquire investment assets in North America. Before that, Jennifer spent time with Citigroup in Boston and in Singapore, where she worked mainly in the alternative investments space, servicing hedge fund and private equity clients.
Jennifer has a B.A. in Economics and a B.B.A. in Finance from Boston University.
Tim is the Data Analysis Specialist at Tent.
Prior to joining Tent, Tim worked for ten years as a Company Relations Executive and Data Analyst at the Charities Aid Foundation, one of the UK’s largest charities. In this role, he was responsible for providing key data insights and supporting research for various corporate social responsibility projects.
Tim has a MA (Hons) in Economic and Social History from the University of Glasgow, and a MSc in Chinese Studies from the University of Edinburgh.