Advocating for Human Rights - One Day At A Time.
Ouleye has over a decade of experience working to support the rights of women and children throughout the world. She continues to advocate for human rights - access to health care, education, prevention of sexual violence, and a safe place to call home - for all people.
Senior human trafficking fellow, city of atlanta, office of mayor keisha lance bottoms
Atlanta, GA, 2018-present
adjunct professor, african history
Spelman College, Atlanta, GA, 2017
doctoral fellow & TEACHING ASSISTANT, DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY
Columbia University & Barnard College, NYC, 2013-2019
University courses taught by Professor Ndoye listed here.
consultant, AFRICA REGION, the world bank
Washington, DC, 2013
shelter director, daughters and community center
Northern Thailand, 2010-2011
Health and Education DIRECTOR, women's health education prevention strategies alliance
Kaolack, Senegal, 2010
case officer, african refugee development center
Tel Aviv, Israel, 2010
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