Judithe Registre

Founder @ Inclusivus

Judithe Registre is a Global Gender Equality Champion, Founder of Inclusivus and Host of The Get InPowered Podcast. For over 20 years, she has worked in international development to advance human progress through equal opportunities for all, especially excluded populations such as children, girls, and women. With Inclusiuvs and The Get InPowered Podcast, Judithe is creating a platform where gender equality, social justice, and social progress issues are powered by stories of our humanity, especially from those at the front lines and most affected by injustice and inequity. She facilitates the amplification of community voices and stories for social good and philanthropic innovation.

Judithe is a progressive, forward-thinking, resourceful, persuasive entrepreneur, builder, and creator. She is a public speaker with extensive experience as a panelist and moderator at various conferences and events. She is an energizing power, skilled in fundraising, relationship-building, and negotiation, with a keen ability to connect dots and identify opportunities and options.

Judithe has worked with numerous international organizations, including Plan International USA, where she is currently the Program Director for the Because I am a Girl campaign. Because I am a Girl is a global initiative that creates projects in developing countries to give girls access to the most basic of human rights: clean water, food, healthcare, education, financial security, and protection from violence and exploitation. The campaign connects women, men, girls, and boys to transform communities and ensure that children everywhere have the same opportunities to realize their full potential.

As a seasoned international development social change innovator, Judithe has spent over a decade conducting substantive field work in conflict, post-conflict. and developing countries, including Rwanda, Sudan, South Africa, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, where she created a dynamic rights awareness and economic development program with Women for Women International that helped thousands of women overcome the atrocities of rape and trauma. She has lived, worked, and travelled across Africa, Europe, Latin American and the Caribbean, North America, and part of the Middle East.

Judithe has a BA in philosophy from Boston College, an MA in philosophy and social policy from American University, and a Master's Certificate in advanced social research from Afrikaans University in South Africa. She is a Fellow Alumnus of the prestigious Salzburg Seminar, a forum for the discussion of international problems and their potential solutions.