Jane Carroll is a second-year Masters in Public Policy candidate at the Jackson School of Global Affairs, where she is focusing on the role of social policy as a mechanism for reducing inequity and enabling economic development. During her time at Yale, Jane has explored her interest in global health through an internship with Evidence Action in its Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Strategy team, and in education policy, through work with the Centre for Girls’ Education. Jane’s interest in social policy developed at the University of Melbourne, where she graduated as a Chancellor’s Scholar in 2018 after majoring in economics and actuarial studies. Jane’s honours thesis sat at the intersection of environmental and development economics, exploring whether labour regulations in Indian brick kilns generated environmental spill-over costs. After graduation, Jane joined McKinsey & Company’s Melbourne office, where she worked predominantly with public and social sector organisations. After Yale, Jane plans to work in the delivery of education and health policy.