Sadia Tasneem is an experienced professional with over a decade of working experience in the development sector. Her expertise includes capacity strengthening and learning, gender mainstreaming, programme management. She has extensive experience of facilitating capacity building events, developing training modules, materials and guidelines on the issues of gender, human rights, women empowerment, advocacy and legal aid issues. She possesses critical, strategic and holistic thinking strong as well as analytical ability to enable program related insight into what works, what doesn’t and envisioning roles for partners. Strong network with local and international organizations and development practitioners is her professional strength.
She has worked for the British Council, Bangladesh Legal Reform Project, Plan International Bangladesh, Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK).
Sadia is enrolled with Supreme Court Bar Association. She graduated (LL.B hons) and completed Masters (LL.M) from the Department of Law of the Dhaka University in Bangladesh in 2001. She also holds a Master in Social Science (Criminology and Criminal Justice) from the same university in 2010.