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Emily Wilding

  • MEL Data Intern, International Growth Centre
  • International Growth Centre


IGC Staff

Emily Wilding is a MEL Data Intern, based at the London IGC Hub. Previously she worked as a student consultant for the UN World Food Programme, providing the organisation with robust evidence and policy-focused guidance for gender-sensitive social protection policy.

Emily holds an MSc in Anthropology and Development Management from the London School of Economics, and a BA in Politics with International Relations from The University York. Her work focused on historical approaches to International Development, and International Financial Institutions (IFI’s). Her MSc dissertation focused on resource extraction processes and their corresponding ESG targets, from an anthropological perspective.