Policy Manager, J-PAL Middle East and North Africa
Nadeen ElAshmawy is a Policy Manager at J-PAL Middle East and North Africa where she works on policy analysis and outreach related to translating J-PAL MENA’s research into policy lessons and promoting evidence-informed policymaking in the region. She currently supports a partnership with UNICEF Egypt that aims to foster a dialogue among Egyptian policymakers, development practitioners, and J-PAL affiliated professors on timely policy priorities in Egypt using rigorous evidence. She also works on the Gender and Health sectors.
Prior to joining J-PAL MENA in 2020, she worked as Public Policy Analyst at Moharram & Partners for Public Policy Management and Strategic Communications, Research Fellow and Teaching Assistant at Georgetown University, Research Intern at Egypt’s National Council for Women, and Case Management Intern at Save the Children International.
Nadeen holds a Master of Studies in Women’s Studies from the University of Oxford and a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.