Siobhan McDonough

Siobhan McDonough is a Master of Public Policy student at the University of Chicago. In her previous role, she worked in India and Zambia for IDinsight, a data analytics and advisory organisation focusing on anti-poverty programs. She worked with social sector research teams across seven global offices to launch IDinsight’s blog and write and disseminate articles, policy briefs, and op-eds. Prior to this she worked in agriculture monitoring and evaluation in Zambia’s Southern and Central Provinces. She holds a BA from Harvard University in Social Studies.

Content by Siobhan McDonough
  • Blog post

    Powering up energy investments in fragile states

    On 24 February, 2021, IGC’s Council on State Fragility and the g7+ Group of 20 fragile and conflict-affected countries launched the Call to Action: Powering up energy investments in fragile states. On this occasion, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (former President of Liberia), Namita Vikas (Founder and managing Partnrs, auctusESG) , David Cameron (Former Prime Minister, United...

    24 Feb 2021 | Siobhan McDonough , Camilla Sacchetto