Nènè Fofana-Cissé, is an innovative, energetic public health, and sustainable development professional. She is experienced in fundraising, strategy design, implementation, and evaluation of reproductive health programs. She currently serves as Engenderhealth West and Central Africa region Director. She has worked in several regions of the globe, including East, Southern Africa, and Asia. Prior to her current role, she has served as a West Africa Regional Advisor, Program Manager manager. She was also a Technical lead at Population Services International, and community health worker at Lead Safe DC among other roles.
She defines herself as a women’s health & rights activist, and a strong believer in “integrated programming that serves the women.” She holds a Masters’ in Public Health from George Washington University. She is fluent in Bambara, French and English.