Apolitical: Katja Iversen and Olaoluwa Abagun Named Top 100 Influencers in Gender Policy
Women Deliver CEO and President Katja Iversen and Women Deliver Young Leader Olaoluwa Abagun were named as Apolitical's Top 100 Most Influential People in Global Policy. The list features gender equality advocates from academia, politics, NGOs, philanthropy, and civil service and includes many of our close partners.
Katja is listed as one of the Top 20 influencers. In response to the honor, Katja said, "I'm happy and humbled."
Olaoluwa is recognized for her women's rights advocacy as a lawyer and activist. She founded Girl Pride Circle, an organization for Nigerian women's rights, and launched an initiative to train victims of sexual violence.
"Warm congrats to so many members of the G7 Gender Equality Advisory Council co-fellows on Apolitical's Top 100 Gender Policy Influencers: Laymah Gbowee, Michael Kaufman, Dillon Black, Melinda Gates, Malala Yousafzai, Farah Mohamed, Sarah Hendriks, Phumzile Mlambo, and also to Justin Trudeau!"
Apolitical is a global network that believes, "celebrating the best encourages the spread of good ideas."