Sarah Siguenza

As a senior associate at InterAction, Sarah Siguenza edits InterAction's blog and moderates other web and multimedia content. Prior to joining InterAction in 2014 as an associate, Sarah spent time with InterAction both as a communications and policy intern, and as a communications consultant. Aside from InterAction, Sarah interned at Ashoka: Innovations for the Public and gained multiplatform journalism experience working for the American Journalism Review, The Baltimore Sun, Patch.com, and The Diamondback. She has community development experience in Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Sarah holds a B.A. in Journalism and Government and Politics from the University of Maryland, College Park.

For any questions regarding blogs, news, events, crisis responses, or registration on InterAction.org, please email Sarah at ssiguenza@interaction.org.

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Addressing Conflict and Security in African Civil Society

National Endowment for Democracy Conference Explores Civil Society Challenges

The Role of a Free Press in African Civil Society

National Endowment for Democracy Conference Explores Civil Society Challenges

Leaders Commit To Building Resilient Communities

On Aug. 5, leaders from the U.S. government, U.S. non-government organizations (NGOs), foundations and African governments convened in Washington, D.C. for a discussion about resilience in regards to food security and post-disaster assistance.

Investing in a Stronger Future for Liberia

Mercy Corps Hosts Panel Discussion as a Side Event to the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit

Empowering Survivors – Q&A with 2014 Humanitarian Award Winner Séraphine Nsekanabo Musanga

The daughter of a teacher, Séraphine Nsekanabo Musanga used her position as president of the community-based organization (CBO) Ituze to teach others in her community of Tanda (locality of Bweza), Rutshuru territory, North Kivu, the Democratic Republic of Congo to read and write.

Lindsay Coates Talks Data Revolution at World Bank Spring Meetings

InterAction Executive Vice President Lindsay Coates moderated a panel discussion on the data revolution - the push for greater quality and quantity of information available to citizens - at the recent annual Spring Meetings of the IMF and the World Bank Group in Washington, D.C.

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