Wiem Melki is the Tunisia Program Associate at NRGI. Wiem works with a coalition of Tunisian CSOs that advocate for increased transparency, accountability and efficiency in natural resource governance. Wiem is also the incoming curator of the Global Shapers Tunis Hub, a World Economic Forum initiative gathering youth leaders from all over the world who are committed to making social changes in their communities. She is a former journalist at Tunisia Live and a former associate to the political and public affairs officer at the British Embassy. Wiem worked for Search for Common Ground in Tunisia as a project associate to the Women’s Dialogue initiative, a coalition of women activists advocating for women’s parity in the public sector. Wiem also worked as the project coordinator of five youth councils working on local governance and youth-related issues in different regions. She has a B.A. in English studies at the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences in Tunis and is a former Fulbright scholar.