I am an international development professional with almost 10 years of experience working for non-profits, government agencies and development consultancies. Past work includes the United Nations, UK House of Commons, and government aid contractors for the United States, United Kingdom, European Union and the World Bank. Previous clients include the UK’s Department for International Development, the European Commission, the US Office of Foreign Asset Control and USAID.
I am an astute communicator with a passion for academic and creative writing. I excel at writing concise and compelling proposals, policy briefs and reviews. I write extensively on international development, often tying together a program’s impact with my travels and personal experiences. In addition to research and musings on development, I have had an essay detailing my field work in Ghana published by Rutgers University.
I have a Masters Degree in Global Policy and Governance from Rutgers University. I currently live in Brooklyn and work in US sanctions and governance on Wall Street.