Anna Twum is a Country Economist at the IGC in Rwanda. She holds an MPA, Economics and Public Policy degree from Princeton University and a BA in Economics from Pomona College. Prior to the IGC, she worked with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as a research analyst where her work focused on macroeconomic economic analysis and capacity development. She has also worked with the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa on industrial policy and trade. She is passionate about building resilient and inclusive economies and currently focuses on industrial, trade and tax policy at the IGC.