Cece Modupé Fadopé

Cece Modupé Fadopé is an international communication and health policy outreach consultant based in Washington, D.C., who has successfully managed USAID and private foundation funded health and development projects.

Most recently she was the Health Journalism Fellow and Outreach Consultant for the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ), which organized media training projects focused on the Niger Delta region in Nigeria.

Previously she was Country Representative for Internews Network on its USAID-funded Local Voices Project that helped to increase public access to health information in Nigeria through advocacy and media outreach.

She was also a Communications Consultant with the Water Resources Management and Transport Section at the World Bank headquarters in Washington, D.C. and as such helped to coordinate strategic dialogues between the Bank and non-governmental organizations.  

As the Kenyan based regional representative for ARTICLE 19: Global Campaign for Freedom of Expression, she implemented and managed policy advocacy, media training and mentoring programs that supported activist groups and journalists in providing development information to rural communities via mobile platforms.

Cece was formerly a news and public affairs producer with the National Public Radio in Washington, D.C.  She has also been a consultant for All Africa Global Media, Bread for the World, PACT Nigeria and has appeared on television and featured on radio waves in the U.S., Europe and Africa.  She holds a master's degree in public policy and administration and a bachelor's in literature/journalism from the University of Maryland as well as a diploma in legal studies from Birkbeck, University of London.