Carolyne Nekesa is the Founder and Director of REMIT, a Nairobi-based research consulting firm, which oversees the design and implementation of economics and public health research in Kenya. She has over 20 years of experience in running large-scale household and firm surveys in rural Kenya, most recently the fieldwork for an Econometrica paper on the general equilibrium effects of cash transfers that involved surveying 20,000 households and firms in 653 villages. She also recently ran a nine-round World Bank phone panel survey in Kenya on the economic effects of COVID, developing expertise in high-frequency phone surveys. She has previously worked as the director of operations at Precision Agricultural Development Kenya, and as Deputy Country Director for Innovations for Poverty Action’s Kenya Office. While at IPA, she directed and managed more than 25 randomized controlled trials annually. Her work has been published in Science Advances and in the JAMA Network Open. She has an MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School.