Senegal, Public Management, University of Arkansas
Ndeye Tening Gaye has seven years of experience volunteering as a peer educator and researcher for organizations working on economic development, public policy and youth employment. She has worked with several organizations, including Oxfam, UNFPA and UNODC, as a researcher on youth issues focused on self-employment, active citizenship and technical vocational training.
She is also a coordinator for the Embassy of Dakar’s Youth Council. Ndeye has organized several training sessions and recorded public service announcements for young people related to reproductive health.
After completing the Washington Fellowship, she plans to provide technical assistance regarding youth policies and assist in the implementation of an action plan on reproductive health rights.