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Pallavi Nuka

Associate Director of Innovations for Successful Societies at Princeton University

About Me

Pallavi Nuka is the Associate Director of Innovations for Successful Societies. Prior to joining ISS, Pallavi was a Visiting Lecturer at the Woodrow Wilson School and a Research Coordinator in the Department of Politics. She has a background in impact evaluation and has conducted research on governance, environment and development. She worked with the World Bank-Global Environment Facility's Evaluation Office for six years, assessing the design, performance, and impact of projects implemented in developing countries with a focus on climate change adaptation, conservation of biodiversity, and land degradation. She was also Peace Corps Volunteer in Bangolo, Cote d'Ivoire (1999-2001). Pallavi holds a B.S. from MIT and a M.P.A. from Princeton University.

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