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Mehak Anjum Siddiquei
Research Program Coordinator
Mehak Anjum Siddiquei works as a research program coordinator within the Pulte Institute for Global Development’s Evidence and Learning Division. Her interests lie in research design and implementation of development projects, which help improve governance and policy making in developing countries.
Prior to joining the Pulte Institute, Siddiquei worked as a research assistant at the Center for Economic Research in Pakistan, where she was involved in the implementation of a randomized controlled trial (RCT), which studied the relationship between citizen tax payments and public services, a project of Evidence for Policy Design at the Harvard Kennedy School. She also previously worked as a research assistant at the Center for Research in Economics and Business and the Planning and Development Department, both a part of the Government of Punjab in Lahore, Pakistan.
Siddiquei recently graduated with a master’s in global affairs from the University of Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs and holds a bachelor’s in economics from the Lahore School of Economics.