Fellows 2010

Michael Moorstein

Michael joined the staff as Operations Manager in July 2010 after graduating from Williams College in Massachusetts, U.S.A. with a degree in Political Economy. While at Williams, he wrote a thesis on how South Africa’s social grant system affects voting behaviour, and completed concentrations in Economic Development and Africana Studies. As Operations Manager, Michael co-ordinates EPRI’s finances, logistics, and projects, helps facilitate courses, and contributes to research projects. He participated in EPRI’s internship program in 2009.Fellowship concluded in July 2011.


Liz Miller

After graduating from Williams College in Massachusetts, U.S.A. with degrees in Political Economy and Art History, Liz joined EPRI as a Research Fellow in July 2010. At EPRI Liz specialises in quantitative analysis and micro-simulation modelling. Liz’s current projects include an analysis and costing of a child benefit model for Vietnam, a regional study of social protection in the Pacific, and building an international social protection financing model. Liz also teaches micro-simulation modules and statistical analysis with STATA at EPRI’s capacity building courses.Fellowship concluded in September 2011.

 
Katie Huston

Katie first came to EPRI in 2008 as an intern after earning her BA in Journalism at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, U.S.A. She contributed as a consultant while earning graduate degrees in Global Political Economy and Social Anthropology in the United Kingdom as a Marshall Scholar. As Publications Manager, she edited the second edition of EPRI’s book and created EPRI’s new website. She also produced marketing and communications materials, contributed to research projects and assisted at EPRI courses.Fellowship concluded in April 2011.