Jo has been an absolute asset to our team on numerous engagements with national governments and iNGOs in several countries. She brings superb facilitation skills in training and workshop settings, able to articulate objectives and complex content with sharp clarity and translation to various audiences ranging from ministry officials to technical experts and program staff alike. We have more than once relied on Jo’s research ability and technical skills to strengthen our work for partners and clients through specific thematic lenses including livelihoods, case management, and monitoring, among other areas. She is a tremendous resource and delight to work with
Jo is very well organized, with strong planning skills, an able cross-cultural collaborator, and good at both team and individual tasks; she was everything that Oxfam needed to finalize its review of its ‘food systems’ chapter in the evaluation of the strategic plan.
Jo Zaremba is an asset to any initiative – she is hugely experienced and brilliant at bringing together stakeholders, thinking strategically and managing relationships
Jo is just so wonderful and such a great facilitator
From the moment I first met Jo Zaremba, I knew she was what the Responsive Dialogue Project in Zambia needed, a selfless, easy-going, and nonchalant persona. With her systematic, thorough, and rigorous work ethics, Jo was soon able to engrain her work ethos in the young team that I had assembled for the project. When I took Jo to meet with my university students, Jo became not a household name, but a song they would sing both in her presence and absence. But; what makes Jo special, is neither her work ethics, nor her friendliness, it is the fact that Jo is simply human, a person, regardless of what environment or planet she finds herself in