Ndifoin Niyang

2022 Fellow from Cameroon

Ndifoin Beverly Niyang has more than six years of experience in journalism, media, and development communication. Currently, Beverly is co-founder and chief operating officer at Game Changers, where she focuses on advancing the United Nations climate-change agenda in Cameroon by mobilizing businesses to adopt low-carbon operating models to redress the climate crisis. She has previously worked as a weather news anchor on Cameroon's national television station and has volunteered in organizations such as the Noela Lyonga Foundation to inspire young people to take positive action and to promote community development. Beverly holds a master's degree in Applied Linguistics and a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Buea. She is committed to making her voice count in the fight against climate change because it is a global crisis that requires urgent action if we are to preserve humanity. After completing the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, Beverly plans to launch a pitch competition for innovative green entrepreneurs in Cameroon to promote a circular economy and trigger the inception and expansion of green jobs. The entire process will be filmed for television and used as an advocacy tool for wider climate action.

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