Management structure

Background - 6 August, 2013
Greenpeace International's role in the global Greenpeace network is to enable and facilitate the national and regional Greenpeace organisations.

The International Executive Directors (IED) are responsible for day-to-day management of Greenpeace International, and manages the GPI Management Team.

The GPI Management Team, consists of the International Executive Director, International Deputy Director, International Programme Director, International Organisation Director, Global Finance Director, Human Resources Director, Global Engagement Director, Director of Programme Functions and Global Development Director.

The International Deputy Director supports the International Executive Director (IED) to provide effective management of Greenpeace International, formulate and ensure execution of the Greenpeace International's strategic plan.

The International Programme Director is in charge of the campaign areas: C&E (Climate & Energy), Oceans, Forests, Food for Life, Polar & Detox; Programme Functions and Global Engagement.

The Director of Programme Functions is in charge of the GPI Actions & Investigations, Science, Political & Business, Ships, and Legal units.

The Global Engagement Director is in charge of engagement and communications.

The Global Engagement Director and the Director of Programme Functions report to the International Programme Director.

The International Organisation Director is in charge of Global Development, IT, Finance, Global HR, Security, Internal Auditing and Performance Accountability and Learning (PAL).

The Global Development Director is in charge of organisation development of national & regional Greenpeace organisations.

The Global Human Resources Director is in charge of Global HR, Learning & Development, GPI HR and Facilities & Procurement.

The Global Finance Director is in charge of GPI's finances and direct global financial strategy.

The Global Development Director, Global Finance Director and the Global Human Resources Director report to the International Organisation Director.