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Megan Madeira

Megan Madeira works at Resonate as a Communications and Development Fellow through Princeton in Africa. Her professional and academic experiences have centered on the nexus of gender, international development and conflict resolution. Prior to Resonate, Megan worked at United to End Genocide, Peace Tree Network, the U.S. Department of State and Chemonics International. In 2015, she led an Alternative Break program to Rwanda for undergraduate and graduate students to study women’s development in a post-conflict context. Megan graduated from American University’s School of International Service.

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