|Mr Dazhu Yang
Deputy Director General
Head of the Department of Technical Cooperation
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|Ms Ana Raffo-Caiado,
Director - Division of Programme Support and Coordination
Ana Claudia Raffo Caiado, born in Brazil, holds a Bachelor Degree in Communications, a Masters in International Relations and a Masters in Business Administration. Before joining the IAEA in 2013, she worked at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the United States. For 10 years she supported the U.S. DOE, National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) and the International Nuclear Safeguards and Engagement Program (INSEP). She served as INSEP’s Regional Leader for South America managing technical cooperation programmes, and also provided support to other DOE foreign collaboration programmes. She started her career in 1990 at the Brazilian National Nuclear Energy Commission as Advisor to the President for International Relations and as Technical Cooperation Manager. She moved to the Brazilian-Argentine Agency for Accounting and Control of Nuclear Materials (ABACC) in 1992 as International Relations Officer, a post she held for eleven years. She has published extensively on non-proliferation, international safeguards, state systems of accounting and control of nuclear materials, and technical cooperation.
|Ms Nelly Enwerem-Bromson
Director - Division of Programme of Action for Cancer Therapy
Maria Manuela (Nelly) Enwerem-Bromson holds a Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Political Science and African Studies from Wellesley College, USA and a Master of Arts Degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, also in the USA. Prior to joining the IAEA in January 2014, Nelly Enwerem-Bromson worked in strategic policy development, partnerships and resource mobilization at the World Health Organization for 11 years, in its regional offices for Africa and South-East Asia, as well as at Headquarters in Geneva. Nelly Enwerem-Bromson came to the United Nations after years in national service, as adviser to the President, the Attorney-General and the Minister of State Reform of Portugal. She has also worked as an international investment banker in London and a Professor of International Relations and Development.
|Ms Najat Mokhtar
Director - Division for Asia and the Pacific
Dr Najat Mokhtar is from Morocco. She has a Doctorate degree in Diet and Nutrition from the University of Dijon, France, and a PhD degree in physiology and nutrition from Laval University, Canada. Dr Mokhtar completed her post-doctoral training at the Johns Hopkins University , USA as a Fulbright fellow. Before joining the Agency, Dr Mokhtar was the Director of Sciences at the Hassan II Academy of Science &Technology in Morocco. She led the Nutrition section at the IAEA from August 2012 to October 2014 and served as technical officer from 2001-2007.
|Mr Martin Krause
Director - Division for Europe
Before joining the IAEA in June 2015, Martin Krause was a Team Leader at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), responsible for the Environment, Climate and Energy portfolio in the Europe and CIS region. In addition, he led UNDP’s global energy policy work. Throughout his 20 year career in development his main areas of expertise have included sustainable energy, climate and energy policy and finance, environmental planning and programme cycle management.
Mr Krause, a German national, has worked and lived in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the USA. He received a post-graduate degree in Development Policy from the German Development Institute (1994) and his Master Degree from the Free University of Berlin majoring in Social and Economic Geography (1993). He also holds an honors degree in Political Sciences.
|Mr Luis Carlos Longoria Gandara
Director - Division for Latin America
Dr. Longoria holds a Master’s degree from Surrey University, United Kingdom, in nuclear technology and a Doctorate in nuclear physics from Imperial College, London. He joined the IAEA in February 2012 prior to which he was Director of Scientific Research at the Mexican Nuclear Research Institute. In this capacity he was responsible for directing and developing scientific and technological research in nuclear and non -nuclear applications. He has published a large number of scientific papers and has given presentations of his work at many international scientific conferences and symposiums. He is a member of his country’s prestigious Engineering and Science academies.