Fatou Wurie is a social justice advocate currently working on innovative solutions for gender equality at UNICEF HQ. She previously worked as a health communications and regional advocacy advisor for a multi-country program on Maternal and Newborn Health in Africa. Fatou is the founder of The Survivor Dream Program (SDP), a non-profit aimed at creating psychosocial services for women and girls who are survivors of trauma in Sierra Leone. An avid writer-blogger, speaker and seasoned connector, Fatou channels her global experiences to write and speak on a broad range of development issues related to youth engagement and participation, health systems & gender equity and women’s political participation. Fatou is also a storyteller at The Moth and has hosted a Moth radio hour on ‘Global Stories of Women and Girls’.