Bomi Okuyiga is a Master’s in Public Policy (MPP) candidate at the Yale Jackson School for Global Affairs. Previously based in London, Bomi came to Yale from the UK Government Economic Service, where she spent seven years as a professional economist using evidence-based policymaking to generate better outcomes for society. She has worked on the design, analysis, and evaluation of high-profile public policies, including an investigation into racial inequalities in the UK’s Criminal Justice System. During her time at Yale, Bomi is looking to make the most of Jackson’s multidisciplinary and global ethos, building her expertise in using policy to reduce socioeconomic inequalities and promote global development. Bomi obtained her undergraduate degree from The London School of Economics where she was a Stelios Scholar, graduating with First Class Honors in Government and Economics.