Carine Umuhumuza is a former associate director of communications at Devex, where she wrote about the latest trends, tips, and insights on media and communications for the global development community. Previously, Carine led digital initiatives at Devex for development agencies, major corporations, NGOs, and social enterprises.
In Behind the Handle, Devex talks to the heads of social media at organizations working toward the SDGs. Here, we sit down Matthew Whatley and Lindsay Mineo at The Nature Conservancy, known on social media as @nature_org.
Donald Trump has made Twitter akin to his press office — firing off often dangerous rhetoric about global development challenges. What does this mean for communicators working to progress awareness on these issues?
As head of communications at the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, Laurel Ostfield spends a lot of her time correcting misunderstandings about the bank. Devex spoke to her about the challenges she's faced.
Are advocacy and global development storytelling fit for today's informed reader? In a world where authentic stories are more important than ever, it's time to reexamine what role development tropes still play.
In our series, On Message, Devex talks to the heads of social media at organizations, foundations, and companies working toward the SDGs. Here, we sit down with Siane Monreal, a global social media manager at ICRC.
This year, Hollywood has put a welcome spotlight on the stories of vulnerable populations of young women: domestic workers in Mexico, rural entrepreneurs in India, and now, a young Somali refugee pursuing an education in one of the most challenging environments — a refugee camp.
Audio is the new black. With the growing popularity of podcasts, NGOs are using the medium to tell to provide new windows into the work they do around the world. Devex takes a look at the trend and how NGOs can enter the space.