Join NYU Africa House for a Fireside Chat with H.E. Ambassador Fatima Kyari Mohammed, African Union Permanent Observer to the United Nations

Thursday, May 2, 2019

4:00-6:00pm

14A Washington Mews, New York, NY 10003

RSVP HERE

Space is limited and will be on a first come basis. 

 

Amb. Fatima Kyari Mohammed is the Permanent Observer of the African Union (AU) to the United Nations (UN). Her mandate is to represent the AU at the UN as well as develop and maintain constructive and productive relationship between the AU and Member States in New York. Prior to her appointment, she was Senior Special Advisor to the ECOWAS Commission. Her career spans over 2 decades with a focus on peace, security, socio-economic development, regional integration, organizational development, and project management, both in the public and private sectors.

Her academic background is in Peace, Security, Development and Conflict Transformation (University of Innsbruck), Responsible Management and Sustainable Economic Development (UN University for Peace, Costa Rica), and Business Communication (European University, Switzerland). She also has a BA in Environmental Design (ABU, Zaria, Nigeria).

She is also the Founder of the LikeMinds Project, a non-profit, Organisation working with vulnerable communities in Nigeria. She is an Eisenhower Fellow, and was further honored with the ExxonMobil Distinguished Fellow Award in 2017.