Ana Kourchenko is a Local Coordinator at the Institute for Integrated Transitions (IFIT) in Mexico City.
She has extensive prior experience working on multisectorial projects related to partnerships building, community empowerment, project coordination, social development, content creation, and program design, and evaluation and implementation. She has focused particularly on immigration and gender Issues, including community work with rural Mexican populations, migrant Hispanic communities in the US, and rural artisans in India. Ana has also been actively involved for over five years with a Mexican organization that seeks to end modern day slavery, especially related to sexual exploitation.
Ana holds a BA in International Relations from the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City and is currently completing a Master’s degree in Development Project Management from the Inter-American Development Bank.
Working languages: Spanish, English, German and Italian