Jimena Llopis is a behavioral scientist in the Poverty and Equity Global Practice and is part of the Mind, Behavior, and Development (eMBeD) team. Her current work focuses on designing and testing behavioral interventions in maternal health, consumer and evacuation behavior, and social inclusion. Prior to joining the eMBeD team, Llopis worked at the research department of the Inter-American Development Bank, where her work focused on developing growth strategies for Latin American countries. Prior to that, she worked at the Central Bank of Spain on economic and policy research. Llopis received her bachelor in economics from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and her MPA from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.