Nelly Farah Nguegan coordinates the capacity-building initiatives of the African Legal Support Facility in three key sectors: sovereign debt, public-private partnerships and energy, at national and regional levels.
Prior to joining the ALSF, Nelly Farah Nguegan managed strategic communications for sustainable finance, development or on humanitarian issues. She also extensively worked on capacity-building initiatives for members of parliaments, civil society organisations and media practitioners. She organised the International Tax Justice Academy while serving the Tax Justice Network Africa. Among others, she also worked with the African Union Commission, the Japan Overseas Cooperation Association and the International Organization of La Francophonie.
She holds a Bachelors in Sociology and a Masters in International Communication and Public Action.
Nelly is married and a mother of two.