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Joana Bagano-Nuque is a writer and editor with years of experience in program management and working with the UN.

Joana's stint in the public sector included ensuring the successful implementation of programs and initiatives between the Philippine government and UNESCO. She joined the Europeana Network with a keen interest in documentary heritage, having facilitated efforts to designate Philippine documents in the UNESCO Memory of the World registers. She has also worked on a number of projects related to World Heritage sites and Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Many years back, she enjoyed an undergraduate internship with the UN Population Fund, where she worked on research and writing projects related to reproductive health and rights.

Joana holds a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from the University of the Philippines.