Amira Barre is a Research and Engagement Coordinator at Mission Partners where she serves as a project manager for a variety of client projects and Mission Partners community engagement programming.
Since joining Mission Partners, Amira has brought a critical lens to donor communications, she has supported a national foundation in developing strategies for centering justice, and she helped open the doors to a breakthrough higher education STEM center in Montgomery County, MD.
Amira is a proud daughter of immigrants and fluent in Spanish. She is an expert communicator with a passion for storytelling and social impact. She has a diverse background including experience working for a Wisconsin State Senator, at an international NGO in London, and conducting qualitative academic research.
Amira leverages her experience guiding organizations to create impactful and equity focused messaging, social media content and strategy, as well as in-person and virtual events.
Throughout her professional and academic career, she has supported initiatives surrounding restorative justice, health equity and peacebuilding. She is a self-proclaimed life-long learner and is dedicated to amplifying the voices of people and communities who are underserved or misrepresented, with an intentional focus on BIPOC. She is an alumna of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communications and originally from the Midwest, currently living in Washington, DC.