Director, Global Schools Program, SDSN
Amanda Abrom is the Director of the Global Schools Program, an initiative of the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network which supports a network of primary and secondary educators, as well as 1,500 schools in 100 countries. She founded the Global Schools Teacher Advocates program for educators to bring SDGs within school communities, curricula, and operations. She is a Fulbright Scholar recipient, a WEL Fellow with the Qatar Foundation, a NAAEE Environmental Education 30 Under 30, and a UNCTAD Youth Delegate. Amanda is a published author and holds a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University, and a Masters in Public Administration from the London School of Economics.
05-Dec-2023Climate Action StageBridging Youth Leadership and Sustainable Education