Ourida Victorin

Ourida has a Master of Science degree in Global Affairs with a concentration in Peacebuilding and Gender studies from New York University, combined with more than seven years of experience in the international development field. Prior to joining NEO, she supported work with the implementation of USAID-funded projects in Haiti, Myanmar and Sub-Saharan Africa focused on democracy and good governance, education, forced migration and displacement, gender-based violence, global health, peace and security and youth development. These programs include the International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX), International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) in Haiti, and most recently the International Rescue Committee (IRC), where she managed two USAID-funded projects, Supporting Adolescents and their Families in Emergencies (SAFE) and Safe at Home—Family Violence project. During her free time, Ourida enjoys reading books on social justice, dancing alone in her room and spending time with friends and family.



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