I’m a social protection consultant with Innovations for Poverty Action. IPA carries out rigorous evaluations of international development programs, and generates evidence about what works to reduce global poverty.
I’m also co-founder and chair of the board at the Mawazo Institute, which helps East African women launch careers as scholars and policy experts.
I’ve previously worked as a research manager with IPA in the US and Ghana, and consulted on microfinance and social enterprise in the DRC and Rwanda. I have an MA in political science from Berkeley, an MA in international relations from Johns Hopkins SAIS, and a BA in geography and French from Dartmouth.
I’m originally from Chicago, and currently based in London. My pronouns are she / her.