An expert on the Tunisian government administration and politics, Rim El Gantri has extensive experience in public administration, election management and law. She has six years of experience managing projects for non-profit and development organizations in Tunisia. Prior to joining ICTJ, El Gantri worked as at the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) on initiatives to ensure fairness and transparency in Tunisia’s first democratic elections. She also worked at the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). El Gantri holds a degree from of the International Academy of Constitutional Law in Tunis, Tunisia, and received a Master’s degree in Public Law from University of Tunis in 2005.