Start date with DI: September 2015
Where I am based: Bristol office, UK
What I do: I work alongside other analysts to map the different resource flows entering and leaving developing countries and to contextualise them in relation to needs.
Previous experience: I studied International Economics and Management at Bocconi University in Milan. I spent a year working with relatively small non-government organisations, first in the northern region of Guatemala and then in northern Uganda. I then studied Finance and Development at SOAS before working for the Japan International Cooperation Agency, both in London. Most recently I spent three years working at the Ministry of Finance in Guyana – two as an Overseas Development Institute Fellow and one as an independent consultant assisting the government with the drafting of Guyana’s 2015 Millennium Development Goals Progress Report.