Nicole Pagan is the events producer at the Center for Global Development, curating events in London and in Europe more broadly.
Prior to joining CGD, she was working at Ashoka, the world's largest network of social entrepreneurs. In Switzerland, she was co-lead for the selection and support of Ashoka Fellows, fostering their work through strategic network building. She was equally Project Manager at the global level, co-leading courses for social innovators on how to work with governments and how to lead multi-stakeholder collaboration. Most recently, Pagan collaborated with GovRisk on a research consultancy project investigating the impact of money laundering on social inclusion in Latin America.
Pagan holds a MSc degree in Development Management from the London School of Economics, where she focused on international policy and inequality. She carried undergraduate studies on Political Sciences, with a focus on International Relations, at the University of Bologna and at Sciences Po. Alongside these, she collaborated with organisations in the fields of anti-corruption, migration and climate change.