Sabine Campe is Partner at SEEK Development. She combines long experience in management consulting with deep expertise in global development. Key areas of her work are strategy and organizational development and government affairs, with a sectoral focus on global health, education and agriculture.
Sabine built SEEK‘s strategic advocacy practice and has advised many international organizations, public-private partnerships and NGOs, including Aeras Global TB Vaccine Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevölkerung, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, the Global Financing Facility Support of Every Women Every Child, the Global Partnership for Education, the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, the International Rescue Committee, Malaria No More UK, Oxfam, Plan International, TB Alliance and the World Bank, among others.
Sabine also led the creation of the Donor Tracker. The Donor Tracker seeks to advance and support progress in global development by providing advocates with easy access to high-quality quantitative and qualitative strategic information to support their work. Sabine has published a wide range of articles and papers on international development and global health.
Before joining SEEK Development, Sabine worked in a number of international research partnerships addressing the organizational effectiveness of international organizations and public-private partnerships. Thematic focus areas of her research and teaching were development policy, public-private partnerships, corporate social responsibility and organizational effectiveness.
Sabine Campe holds an M.A. in Politics and studied at Columbia University and Freie Universität Berlin.