Jonathan is an experienced international development professional who has been working at the World Bank for several years. He's worked in several operational and analytical pieces across numerous Global Practices, including Water and Sanitation, Poverty and Gender. He has ample experience with qualitative and quantitative research methods, including previous work in helping design and implement household surveys and in conducting impact evaluations. Jonathan has also been involved in helping write, and piece together, several analytical pieces. Before the World Bank, Jonathan worked doing impact evaluation for Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) in the Philippines and covering issues of racial and urban inequality as part of The Economic Studies Program at The Brookings Institution. A native of Mexico City, Jonathan holds a bachelor and master's in Public Policy from The University of Chicago.