Shania is an Analyst in AlphaBeta’s Singapore office with a passion for economic and environmental sustainability. Her past projects covered topics on sustainability, natural resource management, and the impact of digitalisation on economies. Before joining AlphaBeta, Shania worked with Hinggi, a social enterprise engaging with women in the textile industry in rural Indonesia. She was also part of a research team at the Institute of Water Policy at Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, where she studied water consumption patterns among households in Singapore and provided recommendations to the Public Utilities Board on water conservation strategies.
Shania holds a Bachelor’s in Social Sciences (Honours) in Economics from the National University of Singapore (NUS) and was a graduate of the University Scholars Programme (USP), an interdisciplinary honours programme for top performing students of the university. She is an ASEAN scholar and is fluent in English and Bahasa Indonesia.