Olivia Tienin is the Program Coordinator at the Global Environment & Technology Foundation (GETF), reporting to GETF’s Managing Director of the Replenish Africa Initiative (RAIN), and providing coordination support for Project Last Mile (PLM).
With a few of years of experience in the non-profit and corporate sectors, Olivia’s work at GETF for the Replenish Africa Initiative program is a continuity and a reflection of her belief that public-private partnerships can help foster Africa’s development. She supports the implementation, day-to-day management, and closeout of the RAIN projects across the African continent to improve sustainable access to WASH services for millions of people.
Olivia is committed to contributing to the development of the African continent through sustainable solutions. Her commitment is rooted in her upbringing and unique experiences growing up in a developing nation facing several challenges, including access to clean water and sanitation. She is passionate about supporting development programs that help improve human dignity while simultaneously empowering women and youth.
Olivia holds a B.A. in Global Management with a minor in African and African American Studies from Earlham College. She is fluent in four languages, including English and French.