- Paris UN Representative
French, English, Spanish, Russian, Brazilian Portuguese
As the 3rd Representative of BPW International to UNESCO, Marie Boucaud is
fully committed to gender equality, women's empowerment and the defense of women's rights and conditions. In her experiences at UNESCO, the UN Women French National Committee and the new feminist movement #NousToutes, she has focused on women and migration, gender equality at work, climate change and violence against women.
Her specific interest in mediation and training in Mindfulness and Non-Violent Communication (NVC) are inspiring her to expand her field of expertise to the place of women in peace resolutions, and post-conflict
Her overall work experience in international environments has enabled her to acquire strong transversal management, intercultural project management and public-speaking skills.
A poet, she has written and exhibited a few poems in recent years, including an award-winning poem as part of the 2012 Meudon competition. As a language lover and explorer, she is fluent in English, Spanish, French
(native), and has an intermediate level in Russian and Brazilian Portuguese.