What I do: I work as an Analyst predominantly conducting research and analysis on the poorest 20% of populations as part of the P20 approach. I also work across a range of other areas, including projects focusing on the improvement of investments to end poverty.
Previous experience: I previously worked in project management and was part of the environmental consultancy team at Resource Futures, where I worked on numerous and varied projects on climate mitigation and improving behaviour change to encourage sustainable resource use.
My MSc in International Development from the University of Bristol focused on a gendered lens of the global political economy, with my final year thesis analysing the livelihoods of waste picker women in India working in the informal economy. I hold a BSc from the University of the West of England in Geography and Environmental Management, for which my dissertation analysed water accessibility research that I was sponsored to conduct in Uganda by the International Water Security Network.