Alexandra Silfverstolpe

Alexandra has close to 20 years experience of development issues from the Swedish Ministry for foreign Affairs, Sida, the EU Commission, the UN and from work with civil society organisations.

In 2013 she founded Data Act Lab AB which is a Swedish consultancy firm specialised in data visualisation focusing on development issues. Data Act Lab helps international think tanks, donor agencies and other actors to analyse and and make sense of complex data. Currently Data Act Lab is working with Development Initiatives in the UK developing digital country platforms in order to track financial flows in 150 low and middle income countries. Data Act Lab is collaborating with the Brookings Institution on a project called Investments to End Hunger. The aim of the project is to through data analyse how global resources can be used to eradicate hunger by 2030. Alexandra holds a Master in Development Management from the London School of Economics.