Natalie is an international consultant, Co-founder of OpenStreetMap Mali, and Co-Founder and current President of OpenStreetMap Girls, a collective of young, female African leaders in digital mapping. She is also the President of the Network of African Youths for Development and Chief for the Women’s Leadership Network for Sustainable Development. She is a social activist and advocate for open data and open geospatial data. She has successfully organized and implemented open mapping trainings and activities throughout Mali and participated in work and conferences throughout Africa. She is a graduate in Land-Use and Planning and has a Master’s degree in Literature and Languages.
Bringing together West African OSM communities: OSM & GIS workshops in Lomé, Togo
OSM & GIS worshops in Togo in May 2018
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