Academic journal article Africa Policy Journal

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Academic journal article Africa Policy Journal

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ALICIA BELLO is a Co-Editor-in-ChiEf of the Africa Policy Journal (APJ) and a joint degree candidate at John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and Harvard Law School. She is a member of the Law and International Development Society and conducts research on social entrepreneurship and innovation in Africa at Harvard. Bello previously worked on governance programs at the National Democratic Institute in Washington, DC, and provided input on governance proposals and programming in the Central and West Africa region. She is the co-founder of JELYPals, an online platform that uses education and technology to bridge the divide between African and African American youth. She graduated with high honors from Spelman College in 2011.

DEVON MAYLIE is a Co -Editor-in-ChiEf of the Africa Policy Journal. She is a second year Master of Public Policy (MPP) student at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Before coming to Harvard Kennedy School (HKS), Maylie was a journalist with the Wall Street Journal, based in Johannesburg, South Africa. She covered major companies, both domestic and multinational, with a focus on mining, energy, and consumer goods. She also covered government policy and elections in Zimbabwe and South Africa.

CAROLYNE MAKUMI is the Managing Editor of the Africa Policy Journal. She is a second year MPP student at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. She worked at the World Bank headquarters in Washington, DC, prior to joining the Harvard Kennedy School. Makumi graduated with high honors from Georgetown University in 2012.

MARY-JEAN NLEYA is the SEnior Editor for op-EdS of the Africa Policy Journal. She is currently a researcher and a student at the Harvard Extension School. …

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