Keisha joined TSIP at the start of 2019 after completing her undergraduate degree in Economics at the University of Cambridge. During her studies, she took a particular interest in The Economics of Developing Countries and poverty reduction which motivated her to pursue social change work with TSIP.
Keisha’s background means she conducts research, data collection and data analysis for TSIP. Prior to working for TSIP, she volunteered for Oxfam and was a student mentor. Keisha returns to TSIP after completing our Summer Analyst Internship in 2017.
SKILLS: research, quantitative data analysis, problem-solving
INTERESTS: economic development, true crime, films, reading, gym, travelling