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Maudo Jallow

Visiting Fellow at London School of Economics (LSE)

Maudo is an economic development consultant that focuses on advising governments in Africa and the Middle East in the areas of governance, geopolitics, development, and trade. He is currently a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics (LSE) Firoz Lalji Institute for Africa and an advisor at the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change. He has also appeared several times on-air as a politics and economics commentator on the BBC to discuss his areas of focus.


Previously, Maudo worked for both the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, providing advice on how developing countries can attract investment, create jobs, and spur economic growth. He has written several pieces on these topics for publications such as the Africa Report, the OECD, and the Future Africa Forum.


In the last few years, Maudo has worked as an embedded advisor at the Office of the President in both The Gambia and Ghana, most notably as a member of the Presidential COVID-19 Response Coordinator’s team in 2020. During that time, he was tasked with advising the government on crisis  response and producing briefings for the consumption of the President of Ghana and his Cabinet.


Maudo holds a Master’s degree in African Development from the London School of Economics & Political Science and a Bachelor’s degree in International Business with French from Regent’s University, London.



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