Kelsey Marshall is a Program Manager for AidData's Listening to Leaders team. She works on identifying development progress in low- and middle-income countries and the performance of development organizations partnering to make that progress a reality through collecting and analyzing data from leaders in these countries. She also designs and implements snap polls for AidData’s database of global leaders on a variety of topics. Her personal research interests include civil society development, localization, conservation, and media analysis
B.A., International Relations and German Studies, College of William & Mary
Before working full-time for the Listening to Leaders team, Kelsey worked part-time as a Research Assistant, collecting and cleaning data. Previously, she had worked as a researcher on a number of other projects, including tracking aid donations in Lebanon and tracking the evolving language surrounding violence and reference to international norms in the UN Security Council.
Report Chapter: "Responding to Global South views on development priorities, progress and partner performance"
Samantha Custer, Ana Horigoshi, Kelsey Marshall
Delivering the Belt and Road: Decoding the supply of and demand for Chinese overseas development projects
Ana Horigoshi, Samantha Custer, Bryan Burgess, Kelsey Marshall, Vera Choo, Katie Andrzejewski, and Emily Dumont
Aid Reimagined: How can foreign assistance support locally-led development?
Samantha Custer, Ana Horigoshi, Amber Hutchinson, Vera Choo, Kelsey Marshall