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Aye Aye San

Aye Aye San

2016 Class, Burma
Liberty and Leadership Forum

Aye Aye San is a senior program coordinator at the People’s Alliance for Credible Elections (PACE). She is responsible for PACE’s election observation program management and implementation in Yangon as well as cooperation with local electoral stakeholders. Prior to Joining PACE, Aye Aye San held supervisory and managerial positions with the International Federation of Red Cross, the International Organization for Migration, the Myat Myanmar Humanitarian Assistance Group, the Myanmar Survey Research, and People in Need. Her work has focused on issues such as human rights, advocacy, land rights, women's empowerment, and capacity building for civil society organizations.

Aye Aye San works toward strengthening the capacity of local civil society organizations in support of the democratic transition in Burma. Her professional goal is to be an expert on democratic elections. She is also interested in expanding economic and educational opportunities for women in Burma, as well as protecting their human rights. Aye Aye San received her bachelor of arts from Yangon University and master of development studies from the Institute of Economics.