Fatma Ahmed is currently the Capacity Building Specialist at UNDP Regional Program for Africa, based in Addis Ababa where she implements flagship projects on conflict prevention, peacebuilding, political transitions, climate security and other emerging development challenges and priorities with the African Union and regional
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Capacity Building Specialist, UNDP Regional Program for AfricaSweden
Deputy Director of Projects, Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI)Brazil
Marianna Albuquerque is the Deputy Director of Projects at the Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI). She was a substitute professor at the Institute for Strategic Studies (INEST-UFF) between 2017 and 2019, a consultant for projects in Think Tanks, and coordinator of the South American Political Observatory (OPSA/UERJ).
Gender equality activist, Women's Democracy NetworkArgentina
Macarena Ayelen Acuipil is currently an advocate for gender equality. She is a Program Coordinator for the Women's Democracy Network in Argentina, where young female candidates are empowered to step in and take decisive roles in the political arena. She is also working as Chief of Advisors to the Senator of her hometown province of Chubut and as a professor in Gender Studies at the Siglo XXI University.
Media Production Assistant, United NationsBrazil
Pauline Batista works at the United Nations in New York, where she serves as a Media Production Assistant for the Global Communications Division. Her research interests include UNESCO’s influence over educational curricula in Latin America and also the exploitation of Paulo Freire’s Socratic method to reinforce standards for Heritage Studies in schools located in Latin American towns seeking UNESCO Heritage Site titles.
Nigeria Research Coordinator, University of Massachusetts-Amherst/e-GUIDENigeria
Deborah Braide is the Nigeria Research Coordinator for University of Massachusetts-Amherst/e-GUIDE on a project to support sustainable electrification of over 250,000 small and medium scale enterprises.
Policy Analyst, Natural ResourcesCanada
Christina Caouette is a public policy and foreign affairs analyst with the Government of Canada. Currently, she contributes to developing Canada’s energy resources with the Petroleum, Gas and LNG Division at Natural Resources Canada. Her cross-departmental federal government experience has enabled her to strengthen Canada's bilateral relations with countries in Europe, Asia and South America.