Consultant, Anglophone & Lusophone Africa
An economist, Emem is skilled in market assessment, economic analysis, research and analytical reporting in the power, social engineering and the telecommunications sectors. .
At CPCS, Emem has managed the concession of 33 federal silos in Nigeria and coordinated private sector participation in an integrated transport system project.
Prior to joining CPCS, she worked as a researcher at the Centre for the Study of the Economies in Africa (CSEA) and as a consultant at Nextier Advisory, where she carried out an economic analysis of the 2016 National Power Sector budget for the Senate committee on power. She also worked as a coordinator and writer for the MacArthur Foundation-sponsored EmPower project and advised an Internally Displaced People (IDP) Reintegration mandate.
- 2015: B.A., Economics, Durham University
3 fun facts:
- Has read thousands of books and counting
- Collects first edition mangas
- Collects vinyl records
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