Tata Traore-Rogers, MPH
Tata Traore-Rogers is a seasoned nonprofit executive and a passionate advocate for women’s rights, in the US and abroad. She suffered severe HG with both of her daughters born in 2002 and 2005. Tata is currently the Executive Director of Manifesta, an independent digital campaigning platform grounded in human rights and feminist principles.
Tata is often engaged to work internationally as a meeting planner, facilitator, and coach. She is an adjunct professor at CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College where she teaches courses on Urban Public Health and Community Health. Tata is fluent in several languages and a former resident of France, Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, and Senegal and as such, brings a unique intercultural perspective to her work. She is currently training to become a psychoanalyst at Reik Institute of Psychoanalysis. She lives in Brooklyn with her two daughters.