Alexa Roscoe is the Digital Economy Lead at the IFC Gender Secretariat, where she works with the private sector to identify ways that new technologies and business models can increase women's economic opportunities.
She holds an M.Sc. in Human Rights from the London School of Economics and Political Science and an MBA from the University of Oxford's Said Business School, where she was a Forte Fellow and the winner of the inaugural Robert's Prize on the Internet of Everything.
Florence Kondylis manages the Economic Transformation & Growth Unit at Development Impact Evaluation department (DIME) at the World Bank, and she sometimes blog at Development Impact. Her main interests are in development, labor, conflict and agricultural economics. She founded and lead the Bank’s impact evaluation program in Agricultural Adaptations, which she runs in close collaboration with researchers and practitioners across a large number of donor institutions, UN agencies, governments, NGOs, and academic institutions. A full program description is here, and recent presentations of the results from this work are here and here. She also co-founded DIME Analytics to help generate and curate more, better data for impact evaluation. The team now maintains a Wiki and shares content on GitHub (i.e., ieToolkit and LaTeX templates). She studied applied math at Paris Dauphine, received a magistère in economics from Paris 1-ENS Ulm-EHESS, a PhD in economics from the University of London, and I was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Columbia University. She is currently running experiments in the fields of gender, agriculture, justice, infrastructure and transport, and natural resource management.