- been a prolific blogger for AHA
- completed her Economics degree at Cambridge (Double First Class Honours)
- taken a second gap year where she worked as an Analyst for UNICEF and a Task Force Coordinator for Youth in the Arab States (both in New York)
- been a pre-doctoral scholar for Caltech in Los Angeles
- volunteered for the Social Mobility Foundation
- worked in New Delhi as a Research Assistant for Evidence for Policy Design at the JFK School of Government at Harvard University
She is now back at Oxford for the second year of her MPhil.
How did your AHA course change you?
What’s the most important thing we should know about you now?
To try and relate the two, I would say much of what I loved about art is related to what interests me in economics. I like dissecting why people make the decisions they do – in particular how emotions, heuristics and pure rational thinking interact when people take a certain course of action (loosely behavioural economics).