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Marwa Ibrahim is a PhD student in the field of international development. Before coming to UNC, Marwa spent four years at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, DC, participating in program review and surveillance missions to African member countries, and contributing empirical research to regional projects in the IMF’s African department. Through an internship with a registered investment advisor in Washington, DC, Marwa also supported market research focused on commodity and manufacturing sectors in emerging markets.

Marwa graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations (minors: International Development; French), and obtained her Master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University in International Economics & International Law and Organizations (Teaching Assistant for International Monetary Theory).