Passionate Development Economist & Gender Equality Advocate with a commitment to translating research into action for social change

As a Ph.D. candidate in development economics at the University of Groningen, I am passionate about applying experimental methods to explore and test interventions that support the development and empowerment of women in low- and middle-income countries. 

In addition to my academic pursuits, I bring over three years of experience in development and humanitarian contexts, specializing in implementation research. With a focus on Southeast Asia, notably Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam, while also providing consultancy services for projects worldwide, I have worked across diverse areas, namely health, where I've focused on Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), sexual and reproductive health, maternal health, malaria surveillance, and mental health, as well as gender and social inclusion within the economic and agricultural sectors, while collaborating with a broad spectrum of stakeholders, encompassing grassroots organizations, Civil Society Organizations, NGOs, UN bodies, governmental agencies, and donors.

Driven by the goal of translating research into tangible action for social change, particularly for marginalized and vulnerable groups, I am committed to making a meaningful impact in the field of development economics and gender equality advocacy.