Nayeem Munier, MDM
Administrative Assistant and Project Manager
Passionate about Global Health and International Development, Nayeem brings international field experience in health and humanitarianism as well as an academic background in communications and digital media.
Nayeem has worked with the United Nations Population Fund, the International Organization for Migration, and Habitat for Humanity in Bangladesh and Canada. In addition to providing administrative and financial support, his work has involved communications, collaboration, research, donor reporting, and project management. For his Master's thesis, Nayeem developed a project implementation model that used communication technologies to initiate behavioral change within marginalized communities.
A life-long Torontonian, he earned a Bachelor of Arts from York University in Mass Communications, and a Masters in Digital Media from Ryerson University.
Nayeem is passionate about creative expression and has many side projects in photography, short films, and advertisement. He is an avid fan of all things sports and is always up for a discussion on trends and events.
|Global Health & Humanitarianism|
|Data Science, Water|
Bruce Mau: Design principles for critical problem-solving in global health | 20 October 2020
Nayeem Munier Joins the Dahdaleh Institute | 16 September 2020
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