Elodie Perrat is the Senior Manager for Government Engagement at the Nature Crime Alliance, a global and multi-sector network dedicated to raising political will, mobilizing financial commitments, and enhancing operational capacity to combat nature crime. Her role focuses on engaging governments in the Alliance and ensuring their continued participation and actions to achieve the Alliance's goals.

Prior to joining WRI, Elodie served as a policy advisor and diplomatic attaché for the Permanent Missions of Norway and France to the United Nations in New York. She has also worked with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization and the UN Environment Program, contributing to various global and regional sustainability initiatives.

Elodie holds a Master of Science degree in Environmental Economics from SOAS-University of London, as well as a specialized master's degree in marketing and sustainable development from DeVinci Higher Education in Paris. With dual French and US citizenship, she has studied, worked, and lived in France, Australia, Germany, Egypt, and the United States.

Elodie moved to the US in 2016 and has been living in New York City ever since.