Moncef Bouhafa named a 2012 DU Master Scholar
Alumnus Moncef Bouhafa (BA, political science, '70) returned to Denver in April 2012, to spend a day as a DU Master Scholar, engaging with faculty and teaching. Bouhafa lived in Washington, D.C., where he is a strategic communication expert with more than three decades of experience in the field of communication.
Combining strategic planning and training skills, Bouhafa has worked with international agencies, civil society, and governments to advocate on a range of public issues related to governance and civil society, economic reform, violence against women and children's rights, among others.
While at DU, Bouhafa spoke about his work to students in DU's Media, Film and Journalism, Communication Studies and International Studies programs, as well as others.
Bouhafa is the lead facilitator for many of CDC's learning events, and is also a senior coach to executives including heads of UN agencies, heads of state, and government and resident coordinators of the UN System. He designs and implements learning programs in the field of communication and development. While a Middle East and Africa specialist, Bouhafa has worked in more than 70 countries worldwide in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean.