Nathalie Troubat, MS
Food Security and Nutrition Officer
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Nathalie Troubat works as a Food Security and Nutrition Officer in the Statistics Division of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. Nathalie’s work focuses on global hunger monitoring and the analysis of food security and nutrition indicators derived from food consumption data collected in household budget surveys. She has collaborated on the development of the free, stand-alone software ADePT-Food Security Module (ADePT-FSM), developed jointly by the World Bank and FAO to analyze food consumption data from household surveys. Prior to her work at FAO, Nathalie worked for nine years at the Trade and Agriculture Directorate of the OECD, where she studied global food commodity markets and for two years at Agriculture Canada, where she worked on activities to measure and improve agriculture productivity. She holds an MS in Econometric and Statistics from the Toulouse Social Sciences University (France) and a MS in Economic Development obtained at the Sorbonne, Paris.