Technical Project Coordinator
Michelle Wagner joined the WEEE Forum as a Technical Project Coordinator in September 2022 and is part of the Technical department of the WEEE Forum. Michelle provides WEEE related technical advice to EU funded projects in which WEEE Forum participates.
Michelle has a Master’s degree in Material Science applied for Environmental Technologies from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Sweden.
Prior to joining the WEEE Forum, she worked as an Associate Programme Officer at the Sustainable Cycles Programme Unit, previously co-hosted by United Nations University and currently co-hosted by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR). She also previously worked as Project Manager in the Ministry of Environment in Honduras.
She has expertise in developing statistical methodologies, modelling, and reporting on waste statistics (e-waste, batteries, plastics etc.). Additionally, she has co-developed EEE Placed on Market, e-waste generated, and plastic tools and has authored their corresponding manuals with the intent of assisting countries in estimating key indicators.
Moreover, Michelle is also author and co-author of various publications that focus on quantifying e-waste amounts, such as Regional E-waste Monitor Latin America edition and an in-depth review of the WEEE Collection Rates and Targets.
Michelle speaks Spanish (native), English and German.