Winnie Mughogho works as a Research Officer at the Busara Center for Behavioral Economics in Nairobi, Kenya. Her current work involves experimental design, quantitative data analysis and carrying out impact evaluations for projects and policies that apply behavioral insights towards poverty alleviation. She is also working as a research assistant in the Mind and Behaviour Research Group at the Center for the Study of African Economies (CSAE). Her current project investigates whether psychological interventions can impact the take-up of preventative health investments, in particular water chlorination, and the related health and economic outcomes. Winnie has previously worked as a programme analyst under the National Registration and Identification System programme at UNDP in Malawi.
She holds an MSc International Economics (2019) from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and a Bachelor of Social Science (Economics) (2017) from the University of Malawi, Chancellor College.