Dr Maryna Ramchan (lead) - Maryna is a Data Analyst and her main area of interest is statistical analysis, data visualisations and applying quantitative research techniques to analyse economics and complex systems with a focus on Income Inequality, Gender Disparities, Inclusive Growth and labour market participation.
Dr Deniz Sevinc - Deniz is an applied economist and her main areas of research are income inequality, population and development economics with a focus on the development of multidimensional approaches to the measurement of poverty and its societal impacts including skills gap in regional labour markets, health inequalities and public participation methods.
Josh Swan - After working as a software specialist for Advanced Computer Software, Josh moved into Data Analysis in the Public Health Sector. His areas of interest include Business, Entrepreneurship, urban development, sustainable economic development, economic diversification and quantitative research methods.
Emerzon Somera - Emerzon recently finished a BSc undergrad in the field of business computing with some experience in predictive modelling, data visualisation and data management. He has strong interests in data analysis, modelling applications and desires to contribute and apply the theories learnt during University and the skills attained through his ongoing apprenticeship into practice.