Masooma Rahmaty is a Program Administrator at IPI's SDGs for Peace, and Women Peace and Security programs. Within SDGs, her work focuses on the localization of the 2030 Agenda, and women's...
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Masooma Rahmaty is a Program Administrator at IPI’s SDGs for Peace, and Women Peace and Security programs. Within SDGs, her work focuses on the localization of the 2030 Agenda, and women’s participation in the peace process in WPS program. Additionally, she is an associate board member and the United Nations NGO Youth representative at RiverTides based in Hudson Valley.
Masooma graduated from SUNY New Paltz with a bachelor’s degree in International Relations, and concentration in Middle Eastern studies. Previously, she worked at the Permanent Mission of Afghanistan to the UN, and various other UN organizations. She also studied at the American University in Cairo. She is fluent in Farsi and currently learning Arabic and Turkish.
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