Pauline Burkey

Pauline is South Sudanese-American born in Nairobi and raised in Southern California. She studied Interpersonal and Organizational Communication at Azusa Pacific University.  Pauline is a non-profit professional whose expertise lies in working with immigrants, refugees, women and children.

Her experience has enabled her to lead teams to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women and also coordinate annual benefits in New York City to raise money for refugee communities. She also worked as a development officer for a non-profit foundation providing grants to programs on the ground across Sub-Saharan Africa.

Pauline is extremely passionate about women’s issues and hopes to empower women and girls to overcome cultural stigmas and constraints, obtain access to resources and become advocates for their rights. She is fluent in Arabic (Arabi Jubba) and loves to travel. 

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