Angelique Pouponneau Mem.MBA

Angelique has worked for environmental causes in the Caribbean, Pacific and the Indian Ocean. She has been a board member of several environmental NGOs in Seychelles and around the world. Named one of the 100 most influential Africans of 2021. Deputy Fellowship Director & Policy Advisor to AOSIS Chair~ PhD candidate ~ Former CEO of multi-million dollar conservation trust fund ~Barrister and Attorney at law ~ Legal Expert in climate change, oceans and global commons ~ Speaker on youth, Blue Economy, Islanders’ rights in the face of rising sea levels, climate change, legal barriers to gender equality ~ Queen’s Young Leader ~ Experience in running not-for-profit organizations ~ Experience in working in multi-stakeholder contexts ~ Track record of bringing about impact to local communities, especially youth and women.