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Katja Iversen is the President/CEO of Women Deliver – a leading global advocate for investment in gender equality and the health, rights, and wellbeing of girls and women, with a specific focus on maternal, sexual, and reproductive health and rights. Iversen, an internationally recognized expert on development, advocacy, and communications, has more than 25 years of experience working in NGOs, corporates, and United Nation agencies. Previously, she held the position as Chief of Strategic Communication and Public Advocacy with UNICEF, a position she came to after almost six years of leading the team responsible for advocacy and communication on reproductive health with UNFPA. She holds a master’s degree in communications, bachelor's degree in public administration, and certificates in management, conflict resolution, and international development. Iversen has worked in global development for more than 20 years and has an extensive network within the UN, development communities, and global media. She has counseled and trained multiple Fortune 500 executives on cross cultural management and cross cultural communication. Iversen is a program adviser to the Clinton Global Initiative, an International Gender Champion, serves on the MIT Women & Technology Solve Leadership Group, Unilever Sustainability Advisory Council, and Prime Minister Trudeau’s G7 Gender Equality Advisory Council. In addition to her advisory capacities, Iversen is a sought-out lecturer and speaker.
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