Project Manager, Innovation Mapping
Research, Analysis and Policy
Minji is project manager for various innovation mapping projects, such as the European Commission Horizon 2020 EURITO project focused on new data analytics for informed policymaking. Her interests lie in socio-cultural innovation and inclusion programmes through international multi-stakeholder cooperation.
Immediately prior to Nesta, Minji worked in social impact evaluation and research for third sector organisations and consultancy firms while pursuing a Master's in Social Policy and Development at the LSE. Until 2016, she spent more than five years at UNESCO as associate programme specialist working on international development projects and policies through the prism of Culture, specifically museums and cultural institutions. In addition to the MSc at the LSE, she holds a BA and MA in History of Art from the Courtauld Institute in London.
Outside of work she is an #urbansketcher and volunteers for ADD International, a charity that advocates for disabled people's rights in developing countries.
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