Peace A. Quiminee

2024 Fellow

Peace A. Quiminee, is a Liberian currently working at Conservation International (CI) Liberia as a Gender and Safeguard officer. She’s been instrumental in mainstreaming gender and safeguard considerations across all program areas. One of her greatest achievements include developing a gender monitoring and evaluation plan, leading the formation of the Liberian Women in Marine Science Association, and establishing safeguard systems in project communities.

Her  professional journey includes valuable stints at  organizations like FORUM-CIV Liberia, the International Medical Corps (IMC), Project Concern International (PCI), and various local non-governmental organizations. In roles ranging from gender officer to psychosocial trainer and coordinator for youth and volunteers.

With over seven years of experience,  her role in CI and other organizations has provided extensive connections with national civil society groups and local communities in Liberia. Through initiatives like gender training, social advocacy, and empowerment programs. Over the past three years, her focus is on gender and development strategies. She is  deeply committed to promoting gender equality and equity through advocacy and mainstreaming these principles in environmental services.

As an emerging leader, her goal is to become a Gender and Safeguard Specialist. She aspires to contribute to the creation of a just and sustainable society, fostering happy living for everyone, regardless of gender, age, or social standing.


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