Claudio Tomasi is the Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Argentina, where he assumed duties in April 2021.
He previously served as Resident Representative in Türkiye (2016-2021). He previously held positions as Deputy Resident Representative of the UNDP in Cuba (2012-2016), Nicaragua (2008-12) and the Dominican Republic (2003-2007). With UNDP, he also worked in Panama as Assistant Resident Representative (2002).
Prior to his commitment to UNDP, he worked for the European Union and United Nations Volunteers (UNV) in India, where he began his career in international organizations. During his career of more than 20 years in the field of sustainable human development, he has cooperated with a wide range of international, national and local actors on three continents.
Claudio Tomasi is a sociologist, of Italian nationality. He has a Master’s Degree in Development Studies from SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies) University of London (UK) and graduated in Sociology and Social Planning from the University of Sociology of Trento (Italy).