I’m an economist, researcher and lobbyist by training and experience. To date I have spent most of my career at The Economist Intelligence Unit (the B2B arm of The Economist) in London, working on customized research and thought leadership projects. This was followed by a one-year stint in the world of EU lobbying in Brussels. More recently, I worked in Vienna for a small impact fund with incubation and acceleration services focused on emerging markets. My current objective is to help businesses and other organizations with measuring and increasing their impact, as well as in positioning them as thought leaders on topics related to social impact (in the wider sense). I have a Magister in international business from the WU Wien and a MA in international economics and international affairs from the Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).