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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