Consultant in Youth and Sport, UNESCO
· Consultant in youth and sport, Sector for Social and Human Sciences, UNESCO Paris
· Advisory Board Member, UNICEF International Safeguards for Children in Sport
· Founder, Youth and Sport Task Force
· Chair, Ethics Commission, International Federation of Muaythai Amateur
Caroline Baxter Tresise is a youth and sport specialist at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris and the manager of the Asia-Pacific Youth and Sport Task Force, a dedicated network of young leaders operationalizing sport for development at the grassroots level. Her areas of expertise include preventative healthcare and youth development through sport and physical activity. She is also an advocate for promoting quality, inclusive public spaces with a focus on community development.
Based in Bangkok between 2014 - 2017, Caroline relaunched UNESCO’s sport programme in Southeast Asia and managed the regional implementation of the Kazan Action Plan, a framework for sport-policy development aligned with the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Caroline is also the Chair of the Ethics Committee of the International Federation of Muaythai Amateur (IFMA) and a Member of the Advisory Board for the International Safeguards for Children in Sport, led by UNICEF.