Alejandra Soto

Alejandra Soto is a bilingual, highly motivated international professional and project coordinator with +8 years of experience from NGOs, USAID, and the private sector. Her last years of experience include the support in the design, implementation, oversight, monitoring, and evaluation of crime and violence prevention projects focused on youth in Mexico, grants management, and the development of public-private partnerships. In addition, her knowledge and experience include international cooperation, public policy, higher education, democracy, good governance, rule of law, public administration, e-government, human rights, and women’s empowerment. Expert in managing and securing relationships with private sector companies and liaising and collaborating with multiple stakeholders in government, civil society, and academia, she is seeking a position in an international development organization that addresses current global challenges such as environmental, economic, social, sustainable peace, rule of law, gender equality, and the strengthening of governance to create better opportunities for marginalized populations, but especially for women and girls.