Dorothy Brislin

Personal information

Names
Dorothy
Surname
Brislin
Gender
Female
Short Bio
Ms. Brislin has worked as a communication specialist for more than 20 years. She is currently the Communications and Campaigns Coordinator at Action Aid where she leads sstrategic communication and campaigns for programmes on Safe Cities, Women's Rights, Mining and Extractives, Food & Land Rights, Child Rights & Education and International Engagement. She also has experience working in the Southern Africa region in Communications and Campaigns, strategy development, PR, marketing, social media, media, mobilisation, advocacy and fundraising as well as vast experience in Film, TV and most aspects of Media Production. Dorothy has spent time working in Mozambique and is fluent in Portuguese. She holds a B.A. Dramatic Arts (Hons) (Majoring in Theories of Communication, Directing and Drama in Education). Dorothy is expected to start her assignment with OSISA on 1 May 2015.

Organization information

Organization
Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa(OSISA)

History

Member for
2 years 6 weeks

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