with Alexia Ash Manager, IHS Economics and Country Risk Division MSc in Global Politics, London School of Economics BAs in Mathematics and Political Science, University of Florida
Monday, November 16th @5:30pm Keene-Flint Room 50
Alexia Ash will discuss her own and her peers’ experiences in launching a global career early, including key tips on what you can do as a student to gain a global perspective before entering the workforce.
Alexia Ash received a MSc in Global Politics from the London School of Economics and her BAs in Mathematics and Political Science at the University of Florida. Alexia Ash leads on the development of quantitative products as part of the IHS Economics and Country Risk division. In this role, Alexia works with global clients to model their exposure to violent and non-violent political risks. She has worked on mapping terrorism, forecasting the outcome of the Eurozone crisis, and modeling the fallout from the tsunami that hit the Fukushima nuclear plant. She has also appeared as an expert on these topics in the media including on the BBC, MSNBC, and Bloomberg. Alexia previously worked at the World Bank and USAID.