Noella Richard is a Youth Policy Specialist in UNDP’s Bureau for Policy and Programme Support in New York, in charge of the coordination of UNDP’s work on Youth corporately and as part of the United Nations Inter-Agency Network on Youth Development.
She previously served in UNDP’s Democratic Governance Group as Special Assistant to the Director and Democratic Governance Specialist and co-led UNDP’s Global initiative on Gender Equality in Public Administration.
Prior to UNDP, Ms. Richard worked at the Permanent Mission of France to the United Nations, covering economic, social and development issues (2008-2009), UNESCO (2005-2007), the French Ministry of Finance (2005), the Economic Council for Sustainable Development in Paris (2005) and UNDP’s Governance team in Morocco (2003-2004).
Ms. Richard was educated in France, Morocco, Spain and Argentina. She graduated from the Institut d’Études Politiques ‘Sciences Po’ in Paris and holds a second Master’s degree in Development, International Cooperation and Humanitarian Action from Sorbonne University
Noella joins me from New York, and we discussed this year's UNGA, the inclusion of youths in the work of UNDP, and much more.
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