Sania joined the Centre for Cities as an intern in October 2017, and has an interest in devolution, taxation and labour markets.
Prior to joining the Centre, Sania worked as a social entrepreneur to tackle the labour market challenges faced by refugees in their host countries. Her academic research focused on the impact of devolution on public service delivery in Balochistan, Pakistan. She has also carried out compositional analysis of the Public Sector Development Program as an intern at the Chief Minister’s Policy Reform Unit, Balochistan.
Sania holds an MSc in Local Economic Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a BS (Hons) Economics from National University of Sciences and Technology, Islamabad.