Amadou Lamine Cissé


May 2nd, 2018

Amadou Lamine Cissé has been working in the fields of social science research, public administration and local governance. From 2009 to 2016, he coordinated the Revitalisation Strategy of the City of Montreal. Previously, he also worked in evaluation, strategic planning and communication within different UN Agencies located in West Africa (IOM, UNDP, UNCDF…). He holds a master in Sociology (Université de Dakar), one in Health Projects Management (Université de Bordeaux) and one in Public Administration (École Nationale d’administration publique du Montreal).

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