Nausheen Khan '11
Nausheen Khan is a Research Consultant with the Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) program in the World Bank’s Research Group. She contributes to evaluations that seek to measure the impact of entrepreneurship and labor market programs on socio-economic and psychological outcomes in fragile, conflict & violence contexts, working with project-operations teams, national governments and NGO partners on the ground. Previously, she has also worked on impact evaluations that assess the impact of health services interventions on maternal and child health outcomes in Nigeria. Her main areas of interest are survey design, data analysis and translating evidence-based research into policy. Prior to that, she worked at Khan Foundation, a non-government organization in Bangladesh focusing on democracy, social development and human rights. She conducted research and implemented projects with fieldwork experiences in Bangladesh, Nigeria, Indonesia, the Philippines and Malaysia. At the international level, she has been involved with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and Rio+20 processes. She has a graduate degree in International Development Policy from Georgetown University, an undergraduate degree in Economics and Politics from Mount Holyoke College and study abroad diplomas from UCL, UK and Lund University.