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Breznévia Mascarenhas

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Leader Breznévia Mascarenhas from 2019 Leaders Africa.

Mozambique

Breznévia Gêmo Mascarenhas is a Community Relations Manager at Minas de Revuboè. She is a social development professional with more than 10 years of experience in community engagement and government relations in the mining sector in Mozambique. Breznévia is passionate about education and youth empowerment and believes education is a key for economic development and that youth have the power to promote a better society. She dares to inspire young people to believe in their potential and own their responsibility to transform their villages. She is a Mandela Washington Fellow and dreams of starting a nonprofit focused on leadership and youth education.

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