Anointing Momoh

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Anointing Momoh is an economist with experience in developing, supporting, and implementing policy research projects in developing and developed country contexts -- for both the government and non-government sector -- in a wide range of policy areas, from migration to transportation to education. He received his master of public policy from Simon Fraser University, where he was the recipient of the program's two most prestigious merit-based awards, and he also holds a master of economics from the University of Ilorin and a bachelor of economics and statistics from the University of Benin. Momoh has presented his academic research at numerous international conferences, and he is a non-resident scholar at the Africa Polling Institute (API) and a Canadian Bureau of International Education (CBIE) African Leaders of Tomorrow Scholar. He and his wife live in Vancouver, BC.

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