Ana Androsik

Director, Program Development and External Engagement, Children Believe

Ana Androsik is a globally recognized expert in gender and development with a focus on girl child education in fragile states and has a proven track record on mobilizing multi-million dollar funding for socio-economic sector programming. Ana was a founder of Feminist Data and Research (FDR), a Canadian social enterprise aimed at solving the problem of reliable knowledge production on the African continent. FDR has a technology hub located in Accra, Ghana that focuses on Information Technology, Artificial Intelligence and Women in Technology. Ana worked for the United Nations, United Nations Development Program, and United Nations Development Fund for Women as well as World Vision and Save the Children working on several assignments including peacekeeping operations and the Sierra-Leone Ebola response of 2014 to 2016. Ana is an alum of the School of International and Public Affairs of Columbia University in New York and Marketing and Communications Program of Emerson College in Boston. Ana is also a proud member of the Royal Canadian Navy Reserves.


My Sessions

Partnering for Change: Overcoming Systemic Barriers to Girls Education and Women’s Empowerment

Room 106 FG

REGISTER FOR THIS SESSION LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE   Children Believe (CB) envisions a world where every child has a voice and the ability to achieve their full potential. Children Believe focuses on promoting access to equitable, high-quality education for girls and boys; promotes holistic health, child protection; and nurtures child participation and gender equity. It […]