Pamela Reeves

Senior Advisor for Gender Strategy, Executive Office of Melinda Gates

Pamela Reeves is a senior fellow in international and public policy at Brown University, founder of Reeves Advisory, and the consulting senior advisor on gender strategy to the executive office of Melinda Gates. She served as the United Nation’s human rights officer in Liberia during its civil war and has worked in 20 countries on elections and governance transitions over the past three decades. A trustee of Brown University, Reeves serves on the boards of directors of Women for Women International, Kakenya Center for Excellence in Kenya, and University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda. She is a member of the board of governors of the John Carter Brown Library.

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It is estimated by Walk Free that 30 million men, women and children are held in forced labor and servitude. It is a $... See more