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What I do: I lead DI’s work on poverty and inequality.
Previous experience: I was previously Head of Evidence at the What Works Centre for Wellbeing. I was responsible for the generation, quality and translation of research for policymakers and practitioners to use to improve wellbeing outcomes for people in the UK. Prior to that, as the Deputy Head of Research at Oxfam GB, I led Oxfam’s research on economic inequality. I authored several high-profile reports and worked with country and regional teams – this included some time based in the Oxfam office in Tanzania. I have also worked at Transparency International, where I was responsible for the Corruption Perception’s Index and other global corruption measurement tools. I have also been an ODI fellow in the Ministry of Planning in Lesotho. I have an MA in Economics from the University of British Columbia.