Paul is a Non-Resident Fellow at New York University’s Center on International Cooperation (CIC). He was formerly a Research Officer at CIC working on the Grand Challenge on Inequality and Exclusion as part of the Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies program, which includes the development of a coalition of organizations and initiatives involved in combating inequality and exclusion and building evidence on solutions. Paul also engaged with CIC’s peacebuilding and prevention work, which provides data-driven analysis of UN peace operations.
Paul also previously worked at the World Bank in Indonesia and at the Center for International Development in Saudi Arabia, dealing with macroeconomic subjects. He also has experience working in the private sector as an operations manager. He specializes in using data-driven methods in international development to create lasting impact.
Paul holds a Master’s degree in public administration in international development from Harvard University, a Master’s degree in quantitative economics from the Warsaw School of Economics, and a Master’s degree in international law from the University of Warsaw.