A citizen of the world, Ana Victoria Rojas is challenging the status quo by taking an interest in different cultural backgrounds and designing context-appropriate solutions for achieving social and environmental change.
Originally from Costa Rica and a lawyer by trade, Ana entered the energy sector purely by chance and now sports experience working in the Americas, Europe, Asia and most recently Africa. Backed with strategic expertise in climate change, forest and mitigation policies she has for the past 13 years built a career supporting advocacy and networking activities on gender and energy.
ESI Africa caught up with Ana who is now a senior gender consultant at Nedworc Foundation, a Dutch NGO that renders support services to independent consultants working in the international development cooperation field. […]
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