Former Chief of Party, ACME Project
Expertise: Education, governance, women's rights, elections
Ms. Ludin left the Foundation in 2012.
Ms. Ludin was the Chief of Party of the Foundation's ACME project that supports the capacity building efforts at the Center of Government –Executive office of the President. She has served as Governance Specialist, Project Manager of the "Increasing Women rights and Access to Justice", Manager of the Office of Parliamentary Affairs Capacity building projects. She has been with the Foundation since 2008.
Previously, she served as Director for Government Relations in the Office of State Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, managing Government-Parliament relations. From 1997 to 2005, Ms. Ludin filled a variety of roles for the International Organization for Migration, including Operations Officer/Repatriation Counselor, Chief of Voter Registration, Voter Education officer, and Senior Program Assistant. She also worked for the Afghan Institute of Learning and the International Rescue Committee.
Ms. Ludin is currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Law at the Kardan Institute of Higher Education in Kabul, Afghanistan. She studied Business Administration and attended several trainings and seminars, including the Georgetown leadership Seminar in 2011, U4U Socail Media and Mapping tools at USIP Washington in 2011, earlier trainings in education and women rights/gender topics.