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About Leticia Pfeffer

Leticia Pfeffer is the Senior Manager of Global Policy and Government Affairs. She leads Global Citizen's girls & women's policy campaigning, including on women's economic empowerment, gender discrimination in the law and women's sexual & reproductive health. Her background in development and international policy has fueled her passion for gender equality. Originally from sunny Miami with Mexican roots, you'll often find her eating spicy food and talking in "Spanglish".

About Leticia Pfeffer & Global Citizen

The problems confronting humankind in the 21st century are incredibly profound and complex. These problems -- poverty, inequality, corruption, discrimination -- begin with, and end by collectively overcoming cynicism, apathy and complacency. I am a staunch believer in global citizenship. We all inhabit the same planet, drink the same water and are more interconnected than ever. Without a doubt, we must each do our part (no matter how big or small!).

Stories

  1. Article: Global Citizen Mourns the Death of Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin
    Girls & Women

    Global Citizen Mourns the Death of Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin

    By Leticia Pfeffer|June 6, 2017|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    The former UNFPA Director dedicated his life to fighting for women's health. Read more

  2. Article: 13 Amazing Coming of Age Traditions From Around the World
    Girls & Women

    13 Amazing Coming of Age Traditions From Around the World

    By Christina Nuñez  and  Leticia Pfeffer|July 21, 2016|CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Embarassing or amazing, coming of age traditions are pivotol moments in everyone's life. Read more

  3. Article: Why CHOGM was the place to impact polio
    Health

    Why CHOGM was the place to impact polio

    By Leticia Pfeffer|Dec. 18, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    CHOGM was the perfect global platform for governments to recommit to polio eradication efforts. Read more

  4. Article: The leading killer of the world’s poorest children might not be what you think
    Health

    The leading killer of the world’s poorest children might not be what you think

    By Leticia Pfeffer|Nov. 12, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Here is how we can reduce preventable child deaths! Read more

  5. Article: What does Canada have to do with polio?
    Health

    What does Canada have to do with polio?

    By Kalpani Senasinghe  and  Leticia Pfeffer|Sept. 4, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    We are so close to achieving a polio-free world Read more

  6. Article: Why South Africa must prioritize health for all
    Girls & Women

    Why South Africa must prioritize health for all

    By Leticia Pfeffer|Sept. 2, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Help make maternal, child and adolescent health a priority Read more

  7. Article: Every woman, every child deserves a full and healthy life, this is how that will become a reality
    Girls & Women

    Every woman, every child deserves a full and healthy life, this is how that will become a reality

    By Leticia Pfeffer|July 16, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Healthy women mean a happy world. Read more

  8. Article:  6 priorities of the 2015 Global Citizen Festival
    Citizenship

    6 priorities of the 2015 Global Citizen Festival

    By Michael Sheldrick  and  Leticia Pfeffer|July 9, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    2015 can be a year of great change Read more

  9. Article: Stand up for equal pay
    Girls & Women

    Stand up for equal pay

    By Leticia Pfeffer|April 13, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Think everyone should make the same regardless of gender? The sad truth, it's not reality yet Read more

  10. Article: Let's achieve real change for women and girls
    Girls & Women

    Let's achieve real change for women and girls

    By Leticia Pfeffer|March 9, 2015|Global Poverty Project

    Too many women are still deprived of an education and basic health care services. Read more