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Terry D. Ince is a social entrepreneur and rights advocate who has worked extensively with for-profit and non-governmental organizations in developed and developing countries and underserved communities. She is convenor and founder of the CEDAW Committee of Trinidad and Tobago (CCoTT), a non-governmental organization committed to stakeholder advocacy for the implementation of the CEDAW convention and its mandates, through collaboration, education, development, advocacy and knowledge sharing in Trinidad and Tobago. In her role as Director, she has used her skills and experience to contribute to the practical promotion and core principles of women’s economic and political empowerment and sustainable machineries.
Terry holds a Master of Science in Organizational Behaviour and Development from John Hopkins University. She has practical formation in the field of development work and gender issues, especially as it concerns young people and the environment.