Kavell Joseph is currently a consultant in the Latin America and the Caribbean Gender Innovation Lab (LACGIL), which sits in the Poverty and Equity Global Practice. For over six years at the World Bank, she has supported several departments in gender research, legal analysis, and finance. She has also engaged with global stakeholders in gender equality, youth employment, digital technology, and climate change. Kavell has also previously provided communications support to the World Bank external affairs & corporate relations department in the areas related to debt, commodity markets, and global economic prospects.
Before joining the World Bank, Kavell worked in advocacy, communications, and legal research for organizations based in Washington, D.C, and Trinidad and Tobago. She holds an LLM in International Legal Studies from American University Washington College of Law and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of the West Indies. Kavell is also an attorney from the Commonwealth jurisdiction of Trinidad and Tobago.