Niamh O’Sullivan works in the Trade & Competitiveness Global Practice, focusing on gender, trade and macroeconomics in West Africa. She joined the World Bank in 2013 and most recently co-authored a World Bank case study, Women’s Access to Land in Mauritania, which was presented by the Government of Mauritania at the recent Annual Meetings in Lima and prepared a gender analysis for the up-coming Diagnostic Trade Integration Study Update for Mauritania. Niamh has previously worked in NGOs, think tanks and education and holds a Master’s Degree in International Relations and Economics from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).
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