Aurore is a pro-active and creative community organizer with multidisciplinary experience leading and co-creating projects relating to youth engagement, global health, creative writing and the African diaspora. She is deeply passionate about the future of Africa, youth leadership and social innovation.
She is a community organizer that has primarily worked in youth civic engagement and youth health education. She has also worked in health promotion in the Gambia and has been a contributor to Partners in Health Canada working group on Global Health Equity. She is the Co-Founder of Sayaspora, an African women-led media platform that aims to create a space where African youth living in the diaspora can have a voice and find community. She was recently nominated for the Community Leader Award at the No Limit Awards in Ottawa, Canada.
Aurore holds a Bachelor of Arts & Science in Molecular Cell Biology and African Studies from McGill University, Canada. She is a candidate for the MSc in Health Policy, Planning & Financing at both the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the LSE.