Sarzah Yeasmin

Project Manager, Bangladesh Public Administration Project

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Sarzah Yeasmin is the Project Manager for the Bangladesh Public Administration Project. She works across multiple work streams including training of trainers, alumni engagement, research, curriculum review and fellowship programs. Sarzah joined the Ash Center in 2018 after working with Legal Services in New York City where she worked with students with special needs, survivors of domestic violence, asylum seekers, tenants, veterans and elderly population. Her previous roles include leading and supporting research, user-experience, advocacy, and community organizing programs at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Bloomberg Center for Cities, The World Bank, New York University, Urban Justice Center, and UNICEF.

She received her master’s in International Education Policy from Harvard University and AB in Economics and Political Science from Mount Holyoke College. She is currently pursuing Micromaster’s in Data, Economics and Design of Policy at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.