Naakoshie Awurama Mills is a global affairs consultant and former U.S. Diplomat. Naakoshie earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science at Howard University and later completed a dual Masters in International and Public Affairs at Columbia and Sciences Po Universities. In the past, she has worked for the Department of State on diplomatic engagement with the African Union, supporting U.S. foreign policy in South Africa, and reporting for three Secretaries of State. Prior, she advocated for U.S.-Europe security and economic issues as a staff member in the United States Senate, consulted for the French Development Agency and private NGOs in Colombia and Nigeria, and supported multilateral diplomatic efforts at the United Nations General Assembly in 2016. Experienced in non-profit and government organizations, Naakoshie has expertise in women’s economic inclusion, strategic communications, and Africa’s socio-political development.
The Berlin West Africa Conference, 1884, legitimized foreign regional control in Africa, creating the blueprint for the continent’s current map of 54 nations. Over 130 years later, what can Berlin... Read More
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