I recently completed an MSc in Economics for Development at Oxford University's Department for International Development. Prior to that, I read for an MSc in Financial Economics at the University of Birmingham and a BSc in Actuarial Science at the University of the West Indies. I have experience in economic policy research and analysis, having worked as a financial economist at the Bank of Jamaica. As a central banker, I conducted research on bank failures and assisted in the development of a macroprudential policy framework for Jamaica. I also worked as an insurance analyst at the Financial Services Commission Jamaica, where I provided technical support to assess the operations of regulated entities and develop policy papers. My policy interests span economic development, economic governance and financial regulations.
Chevano is a Rhodes Scholar.