Yuki Lo

Senior Research & Evaluation Officer, Freedom Fund

Yuki joined the Freedom Fund in June 2016. She leads Freedom Fund’s work to measure the impact of its investments in countries with the highest incidence of slavery and drives the Fund’s support for research, evaluation and knowledge-sharing across the broader anti-slavery community.

Previously, Yuki was Manager of Evidence, Measurement and Evaluation at the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation, managing research and evaluations in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Kenya and Tanzania. Prior to that, Yuki was at UN Women Cambodia assessing the impact of its ending violence against women and economic empowerment programmes.

Before switching to the international development sector, Yuki was in the finance industry and worked for Nomura, Lehman Brothers and Accenture. Yuki holds an MSc in Development Planning from University College London and a BSc in Information Technology from the University of Technology, Sydney.

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