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Oge Onubogu


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Oge Onubogu is senior program officer for Africa Programs at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) where she leads the design, implementation, and management of programming in Nigeria. Prior to joining USIP, she managed governance, citizen engagement, and election observation programs across Southern Africa and in Nigeria with the National Democratic Institute (NDI). She also worked as program officer for Anglophone West Africa with the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) where she oversaw democratic governance projects and managed a multi-million dollar grants portfolio to civil society organizations across Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Ghana, and Cameroon. Ms. Onubogu has consulted with the World Bank, observed elections with the Carter Center, and coordinated refugee resettlement programs with the International Rescue Committee. She earned her MA in International Development from Brandeis University, and BA in International and Area Studies from the University of Oklahoma.

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