Nausheen Khan is a Research Analyst with the Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) department within the Development Economics Vice Presidency (DEC). She works primarily on IEs in fragile, conflict & violence (FCV) contexts, which incorporate labor market and social protection interventions, often with a focus on gender. Her main areas of interest are survey design, data analysis and translating evidence-based research into policy. Prior to DIME, she worked at Khan Foundation, a non-government organization in Bangladesh focusing on democracy, social development and human rights. She holds a Master’s degree in International Development Policy from Georgetown University, and a Bachelor’s in Economics and Politics from Mount Holyoke College.