Sevita’s career in development started with implementing economic justice programs in Egypt and Tunisia, focusing on rural development, youth employment, and social inclusion. She recently completed her Master’s of Public Administration in Development Practice from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, where she focused primarily on rural poverty alleviation. During this time, she also consulted with the World Food Programme, the International Fund for Agriculture and Development, Innovations for Poverty Action, and MIT’s Legatum Center for Entrepreneurship and Development.
Through her experiences, Sevita has developed a passion for long-lasting development work that continues to transform the status quo. She also honed her creative skills and began exploring the use of dynamic videography for collaborative storytelling.