Throughout her nine years of professional experience, Marie-Laure Poiré has developed expertise in program management, community building and communication.
During her time at The Center for Transatlantic Relations, then at Women in International Security (WIIS) and finally at The Alliance for Peacebuilding, Marie-Laure designed and implemented numerous at programs aimed at communicating, briefing, and informing partners and supporters (including large and small scale events, roundtables, expert consultations), from the private, public and nonprofit sectors, on national and international security issues usefull while providing them with leadership, mentorship, and professional development and training.
Marie-Laure has extensive experience managing a large network of more than 7,000 experts from around the world, assesing its needs and providing specific programs to answer those needs. Marie-Laure is usefull proficient at nurturing and maintaining communication with critical stakeholders as well as fostering greater interaction and knowledge-sharing amongst a community of experts.
She has earned a Master of Arts in Security Studies from the Security Studies Program at Georgetown University with an emphasis on human security and gender issues, holds U.S. and French citizenships, and is fluent in French.
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