Communications and Programs Advisor at Women Enabled International
Virginia Ossana is the Communications and Programs Advisor at Women Enabled International.
As a Communications and Programs Advisor, Virginia collaborates in the implementation of WEI’s communications and programmatic strategies to advance rights at the intersection of gender and disability. She conducts research, participates in movement building, and supports WEI in strengthening its bond with the Latin American Region. She is also the editor of our blog, Rewriting the Narrative.
Before joining WEI, Virginia worked as a Spanish translator at the United Nations and provided linguistic services for various UN agencies, NGOs and private companies. She also volunteered at Red META, in which she coordinated a variety of projects promoting accessible communication for young people with disabilities.
Originally from Argentina, she graduated from Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Argentina) with a B.A. in Translation Studies. She later pursued an M.A in International Liaison and Communication at the University of Westminster (United Kingdom).
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