Anite has always wanted to understand the human being and to contribute to the society she lives in. She chose to study social sciences and humanities, completing a bachelor’s degree and then a master’s degree in social work.
Through this general training, she acquired abilities and skills to implement innovative intervention projects with individuals, groups, and communities in globalization context. Through these projects, excluded and marginalized people can claim power over their past and improve or change their living conditions.
She has gained experience working with women, immigrants, returnees, seniors, and children for more than ten years. Anite has always given importance to volunteering, so she looked for opportunities to contribute to a variety of community and institutional organizations.
She was therefore attracted by Dorcas’ crazy and legitimate idea and co-founded Femmes en Emploi. She wishes to see no more vulnerable groups and no more social workers ever again!