Economist
World Bank

Megan Rounseville is a consultant economist at The World Bank. Her research focus areas are development economics, behavioral economics, and econometric impact evaluation. She has led policy evaluations and research in early childhood development, maternal and child health and nutrition, family support, youth, education, income generation, poverty, and access to justice policy. She holds a MALD in Development Economics from The Fletcher School at Tufts University and a BA in Economics from Denison University.