Alondra Majid is a Gender-Based Analysis Plus (GBA Plus) Trainer and a Certified Project Manager Professional. With over ten years of experience in project management, public policy development, research, and legislation review, Alondra has advised municipal and provincial governments on gender equity. Her work has included training development and facilitation, conducting needs assessment, evaluation frameworks, and risk analysis.
As an expert for the Technical Assistance Partnership (TAP) initiative, Alondra Majid, alongside another Canadian expert, will work collaboratively with the Colombian Ministry of Mines and Energy (Minenergia) to support the review and implementation of the Guidelines for Gender Equality in the Mining and Energy Sector. The work will support the Ministry in increasing the number of organizations participating in the baseline design to have an intersectional outlook of the sector’s current situation, identify the most critical gaps and provide training to strengthen capabilities and create leadership skills for women in the sector. It will also advance concrete action within target organizations on elaborating policies, plans, and protocols that allow the operationalization of a gender equality approach in their daily work.
Alondra is driven by her desire to help others and by doing it efficiently. Applying her expertise and knowledge to diversity and inclusion public policy work provides her with the opportunity to make government processes, services, and programs efficient. In doing so, she influences people to be open to diversity and generate awareness about the importance of thinking about different perspectives.
Based in Alberta, Canada, Alondra is a Manager of Talent Diversification and Inclusion with the City of Edmonton. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business and a Project Management Professional Certification.