Maureen Aggie Alor is a gender-based advocate with over 4 years of experience working with different international organizations across diverse projects and programs such as Market Development in the Niger Delta (MADE), DAI-DFID, and the Accountability for Good Governance in Education (AGGE) Palladium-USAID SCALE Projects. She has vast experience in project management, planning, coordination, monitoring, and reporting. Maureen currently works as a programs associate with the Bridge Connect Africa Initiative, where she has supported the implementation of programs and work plans across projects such as the YCIA COVID-19 campaign, the Empowering Evidence-Driven Advocacy project (EEDA), and the Young Africa Works-Jobberman soft skills training. She is a trained gender-based advocate who looks forward to consistently delivering quality work in a reputable organization where dedication, hard work, discipline, initiative, enthusiasm, and drive are adequately appreciated and rewarded. Maureen believes in a world of fairness and equity, and she is constantly thinking of creative ways to improve the development of women and girls in hard-to-reach communities. She holds a degree in public administration from the University of Benin, Edo State. She is a sustainability leader with the United People Global Sustainability Leaders Fellowship 2022 cohort, a fellow of the Female and More 2022 fellowship, and a member of Civic Changemakers Cohort III.