New Volunteers

Here at Young Women in Sustainable Development we’re committed to providing a network for young women interested in sustainable development to support and learn from each other. We’re always on the lookout for new volunteers and would love to introduce you to our newest recruits.

Shraddha Nair

With a Bachelor in Electrical Engineer and a master’s student at the University of Strathclyde, pursuing her Master of Science in Economics & Policy of Energy and Climate Change, Shraddha is an energy professional who has over 4 years of experience in the energy and IT sector. She is adept in the field of energy & environmental economics, business strategy, global energy and climate policies, green energy (particularly offshore wind), sustainability and marine conservation. She is a strong woman who believes in reducing the gender gap in the field of technology and innovation in sustainability and focus on woman empowerment to provide every woman with the chance she deserves.

Agness Nohra

As a marine sciences student engaged in many ocean projects, I’m passionate about preserving and protecting the environment that is facing many challenges nowadays. However this cannot be achieved without the ideas, talent and creativity of young motivated powerful women who sometimes struggle to get their voices heard.

Along with my studies, I joined the global youth biodiversity network-Lebanon branch, and I’m a member at Diaries of the Ocean, a Lebanese NGO whose goal is raising awareness about ocean challenges and importance of biodiversity as well as engaging people in the conservation of our marine resources.

As a former scout member and chief, I am “always ready” to help and serve! This is what I intend to do with the YWISD team; Put all of my skills and experiences in favor of women on the road to sustainability to ensure the future we all need!

Jafreen Alamgir

Hey there! Its Jafreen, recently graduated from Asian University for Women. I have been involved in various extracurricular activities that have helped me to be a confident and self-dependent woman.

Elizabeth Ayuma Okech

I firmly believe in an urgent need for transformation of agricultural value chain and agricultural systems in rural communities in order to achieve Sustainable Development Goals. My specialties include: Sustainable Agriculture Land Management, Plant science research, and Sustainable Forest Management and Ecology. I am passionate about environmental sustainability with an interest in Agroforestry. I am currently pursuing a Master of Science in Agricultural Production Chain Management Specializing in Forest Chain.

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