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Hill was appointed Coordinator of NGLS in 1991 after
a stint as Senior Programme Officer. Prior to that he worked at the
Catholic Institute for International Relations in London and the Banco
Paraguayo de Datos, an NGO based in Asunción, Paraguay. Tony
holds a BSc, First Class Honours (social sciences) from Bath University
(UK) and an MPhil (Development Studies) from the Institute of Development
Studies, also in the UK.
Peter was appointed Deputy Coordinator and Chief of
the New York office of the UN-NGLS in January 2006. Prior to joining
NGLS, she worked for FAO as a policy analyst and for several NGOs
as manager, coordinator and consultant on issues ranging from global
environmental issues to organizational development and advocacy campaigns.
She holds an MSc degree in agronomy from the National Superior School
of Agronomy in Toulouse, France.
Kaweh joined the UN-NGLS Geneva as a Programme Officer
in 2003. Prior to that, he worked with UNESCO and also with the private
sector consulting international organisations and NGOs. Ramin has
a Masters degree in International Relations from the University
of Kent, and worked as a researcher on globalisation issues at the
London School of Economics. He is also a faculty member at Webster
University in Geneva.
Peoch joined NGLS in Geneva in September 2001
as editor of NGLSs publications. Prior to that, she worked for
Smithsonian Magazine in Washington DC as advertising production manager,
and in the Economics and Trade Unit at the United Nations Environment
Programme in Geneva. She enjoys the fast work pace NGLS provides,
which helps keep her in shape for when she finds time to run marathons.
She holds a BA in journalism and creative writing from Oklahoma State
Jaouahdou joined NGLS in Geneva in January 2004 to
work on its Information & Communication. Prior to that, and after
working with a television channel, he was responsible of the communication
and information of many International NGOs and Networks, working on
their image and developing their communication tools and products.
Born in Tunisia, he
also had an experience within the UN System before starting in Geneva.
Kouraich holds a BA in Communication & Marketing, in addition
to several certificates dealing with the processing and management
of information and audiovisual products.
Hla is a Myanmar national born in Sierra Leone, who
lived and traveled across four continents. Coming from a background
in documentary film production, Sandar joined the UN in 2000 as a
UN Tour Guide; gained field experience in Myanmar and in India before
she joined NGLS New York as the Information Assistant in January 2004.
Sandar is currently finishing up her Masters in International
Affairs from the Graduate Program in International Affairs at the
New School University
Foucher joined NGLS in New York, April 2004, as a
Consultant to work on NGLS publications and research ongoing UN related
issues and events. Ian previously worked with the United Nations Association
in Canada in the areas of development and human rights. As a Chevening
Scholar, Ian attended the University of Manchester where he earned
a Master's degree in Human Rights. He also holds a BA (Hons) in Political
Science from the Université de Moncton.