Nadia Masri-Pedersen

Senior Consultant

T  +45 3536 1915
M +45 2870 3696

Nadia Masri-Pedersen is a senior consultant fluent in multiple languages and holds a master’s degree in business and development studies. With extensive experience spanning the MENA region, Africa, Asia, and Latin America, she deeply understands diverse developmental contexts, particularly in conflict-affected and fragile states.

Nadia has undertaken various assignments throughout her career, demonstrating proficiency in evaluation methodologies, programme formulation, organisational assessments, strategic change processes, studies, surveys, and training/capacity-building initiatives. She has conducted numerous comprehensive evaluations employing various data collection methods, totalling over 38 reviews, evaluations and complex assessments for diverse donors and NGOs operating in development cooperation and humanitarian aid sectors.

Nadia’s expertise extends to governance, human rights, peacebuilding, civil society capacity building, humanitarian and civic engagement. She has provided technical assistance across various areas, including gender equality, GBV, SRHR, youth empowerment, media, economic empowerment, climate change and public sector reform.

Moreover, she has played a pivotal role in designing and executing training programmes using participatory and experiential methodologies to foster individual and organisational transformation. Over the past twelve years, Nadia has led over 50 courses and workshops, accumulating over 2500 hours of training and facilitation across 30 countries worldwide. She excels in evaluating training impact through meticulous pre- and post-assessments, ensuring the efficacy of educational interventions.

Nadia offers excellent communication skills in Danish, Arabic, English, French, Spanish, Swedish and Portuguese and the ability to engage in sensitive cultural and political settings.

Read Nadia’s CV here

Countries of experience

Brazil, Burkina Faso, Colombia, Egypt, Haiti, India, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Mexico, Morocco, Peru, The Occupied Palestinian Territories, Rwanda, South Africa, Syria, Tunisia, Uganda, Turkey, and Zimbabwe