Gabrielle Leite

Gabrielle supports the Data & Insights Head and colleagues across the EM2030 Secretariat team and EM2030 regional partners to connect data and evidence with advocacy and action to advance gender equality. She has over 6 years of experience working with UN Women, including with the Women Count programme, mainly providing research and data analysis support for flagship publications and monitoring progress on the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Works from Brazil

Hamid Mahamat

Hamid is the central point of contact regarding EM2030’s website, related digital platforms, and app development. He collaborates closely with colleagues across the EM2030 team to provide the best user experience on EM230’s websites and apps. He has over 9 years of experience as a web developer & UX/UI Designer, in both business and development sectors, covering several countries of Central and West Africa.

Works from Senegal

Julisa Tambunan

Julisa leads EM2030’s cross-region team in working and learning with partners to connect data and advocacy actions. She has a strong intersectional gender justice activism background and 15 years of experience in the humanitarian and development sector, including with Mercy Corps, UNICEF, and Malala Fund. She is also the co-founder of GirlSPARKS initiative.

Twitter: @nocturnelle

Works from the UK

Paula Becerra

Paula works with our business development team securing funders and donors. She has experience working alongside the communication departments of several international organizations including UN Women, WHO and ILO. She also actively supports cultural diversity in her local community.

Works from Spain

Sinéad Nolan

Sinéad works with our programme and partnerships team supporting partner organisations. She has over 7 years experience working to advance gender equality, including leading youth leadership and engagement at MenEngage Alliance.

Works from the UK

Tity Agbahey

Tity provides project and technical support to national partners and leads on regional influencing in Africa. She has over ten years’ experience in human rights advocacy, gender equality and development including with Girls Not Brides, Amnesty International and the Coalition for human rights in development.

Twitter: @tityagb

Works from Togo