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H.E. Dagmawit Moges - Opening keynote: Inspiration from Ethiopia's Open Streets leadership

Mon, Sep 21, 2020 · 9:00 AM · BST
About This Webinar

What can other cities learn from Addis Ababa's leadership on regular Open Streets? How can open streets shift attitudes towards walking, cycling and the use of our most abundant public space - the streets? Join us for this inspirational keynote from H.E. Dagmawit Moges Bekele, the Minister of Transport of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
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Minister of Transport of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.
H.E. Dagmawit Moges Bekele was appointed as Minister of Transport of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia in October 2018. After studying for her BA in Public Administration and Development Management (PADM), she worked as a Graduate Assistant Lecturer at Addis Ababa University. She acquired her MA in Public Management and Policy (MPMP) from the same department and university. Before her current post she has served as a Deputy Mayor and Communication’s Affairs bureau head of Addis Ababa City Government, Cabinet member of the City Government and Board Chairperson of Addis Ababa Mass Media Agency Board. H.E. Dagmawit Moges is a Cabinet member of FDRE and a Member of House of People’s Representatives of Ethiopia (HoPRE). She is a Board chairperson of Ethiopian Roads Authority (ERA), Woldiya University and Ethiopian Postal Service Enterprise. She is also a Board member of Ethiopian Airlines, Ethiopian Petroleum Enterprise, Investment board member and Public Private Partnership (PPP) board member.
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