Press Release: International Youth Federation Appoints Louisa Tribe as Regional Director for Europe

 Louisa Tribe, IYF Regional Director for Europe

Date: 6 July 2020
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Press Release: International Youth Federation Appoints Louisa Tribe as Regional Director for Europe

London, United Kingdom: The Executive Office of the International Youth Federation announced today the appointment of Louisa Tribe of the United Kingdom as Regional Director for Europe.

Ms. Louisa is a multi-award-winning campaign and advocacy specialist with 13 years’ experience in strategy development, communications and advocacy to achieve change. She is passionate about working with others to create a fairer and more sustainable world.

Moreover, she has extensive experience in poverty eradication, inequality reduction, global health, education, climate change, and youth empowerment gained from working with foundations, governments, multi-laterals and grassroots organisations leading change across the globe. Prior to joining the IYF, Ms. Louisa  supported disadvantaged children through education in India in her role as a Leap India Foundation Trustee.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in History & French from the University of Sheffield, an Executive Diploma in Leadership & Management from Chartered Management Institute, and a Diploma in Marketing from Chartered Institute of Marketing.


The IYF is a global youth network, an organization advocating for youth empowerment and connecting countries to knowledge, experience, and resources to help young people build a better future. The IYF works to empower youth in line with 2030 Global Goals Agenda, to create a sustainable world for all young people through education, advocacy, and the promotion of respect and compassion.

We inform, engage, and mobilize new audiences to take action and raise funds that support sustainable development programs for youth around the world.


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