Tasnim Elboute joined the Global Diversity Foundation in Spring 2021 as a policy consultant. She graduated from Yale University with a Bachelor’s in Environmental Studies in 2017. She has been based in Morocco since then, researching gender, agriculture, and food systems. After working in international education and development, she pursued a Master’s in Anthropology & Development at SOAS, University of London.
Her collaboration with GDF is focused on the legal and policy environment of GDF’s work as well as policy implications of its projects. Tasnim is passionate about community-led development and environmental justice. She is thrilled to explore these issues and their policy implications in the High Atlas region.