Bérangère Magarinos-Ruchat (Belgium) has 15 years experience in designing and managing global sustainability partnerships. She joined the United Nations System Staff College in 1998 where she led the Partners in Action Program working in more than 20 countries training UN executives on team building and partnership building. In 2004 she joined the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, where she created a global network of Food and Beverage companies interested in nutrition issues. Berry joined Firmenich in 2010 where she leads sustainability partnerships. She has a PhD in International Relations from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, New York as well as postgraduate in Public Private Partnership Management from Cambridge and Social Innovation from Stanford. Berry teaches twice a year at the Political Science Institute in Paris and has published books and articles on Public Management with Professor Matthias Finger. She is the chair of the United Nations Global Compact network Switzerland and she seats on the Advisory Committee of the Zermatt Summit Foundation.