Jeanne Sauvé Foundation
D?sir?e McGraw has 20 years of experience as a consultant, researcher, reporter, adviser and spokesperson in sustainable development. She currently serves as Executive Director of the Jeanne Sauv? Foundation in Montreal and is responsible for its flagship global Sauv? Scholars Program. Prior, she worked as Senior Policy Advisor to Canada's Minister of International Cooperation, coordinating key ministerial files in the areas of sustainable development, stakeholder relations and multilateral organizations. She has also lectured in International Development at McGill University since 2002. McGraw serves as Co-Founder of Al Gore's Climate Project in Canada and chaired the 2006 Federal Liberal Renewal Commission's Taskforce on Environment and Sustainable Development. She has been described by the national media as ?one of Canada's 10 most influential people on environmental issues? and was recently nominated as one of Canada ?Top 100 Most Powerful Women?. McGraw pursued her graduate studies in International Relations as a Commonwealth Scholar at the London School of Economics.