Kesso Gabrielle van Zutphen is a public health nutritionist with a background in nutrition, public health and public policy. In her dual role as Research and Knowledge Manager at Sight and Life Foundation (Switzerland) and PhD candidate in Human Nutrition at Wageningen University and Research (Netherlands), Kesso Gabrielle leads both the knowledge management strategy of the Sight and Life think tank and conducts research on the etiology of anemia among adolescents in Indonesia. Her scope of work spans across the design and implementation of successful and innovative solutions to curb the prevalence of malnutrition in Indonesia. She also provides research support on sustainable business models for nutrition, implementation research and public-private partnerships for nutrition. Prior to that, Kesso Gabrielle worked for a multi-sectoral nutrition campaign in Malaysia together with DSM, GAIN, World Vision and the Asian Football Confederation as Monitoring & Evaluation consultant and was also Manager of Operations of the Society for Implementation Science in Nutrition where she successfully co-led the secretariat. Kesso Gabrielle holds a bachelor's degree from Maastricht University, a master's from Edinburgh University and a Swiss Nutritional Therapy degree pursued in Geneva, Switzerland. Kesso Gabrielle is fluent in French, English and Dutch and is based in Nyon, Switzerland.