Alice Ruhweza is the Senior Director for Global Policy Influence and Engagement at the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF International) where she works to ensure WWF and partner’s thought leadership and best practice continues to be highly influential and proactively shapes and informs the sustainability agenda and key policy directions in Africa, Asia and Europe. She is a Global Thought leader and International Development Expert with over 25 years extensive experience working at the intersection of Climate Change, Development and the Environment across multiple continents.
Prior to joining WWF, Alice was Vice President of Programs and Partnerships with Conservation International, where she led a science-policy interface which provided data and diagnostic tools to help inform agricultural decisions and monitor outcomes around the world. She was also the Team Leader and Technical Adviser for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)’s Global Environmental Finance Unit.
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