Melissa Thermidor is a dedicated and creative digital communication professional with a strong focus on technology for good. She has substantial experience in creating innovative and exciting public health campaigns and content that builds health awareness. Thermidor holds a Master’s degree in Media, Campaigning and Social Change. She is also a member of the Unicode Consortium and has authored several emoji proposals including the Inter-skintone Couple, Drop of Blood, and Sari emoji.

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