Selin is a seasoned data analyst deployed to the Global Food Security Cluster to assist in centralizing and aggregating operational and analytical data. She also produces data visualization presentations to support the advocacy efforts of the Food Security Cluster and establishes key information on the impact of the Ukrainian crisis on Food Security operations in other countries.
Before joining iMMAP’s global surge team, Selin acquired extensive experience as a senior data analyst and monitoring and evaluation professional. Her prior work experience includes working with ASAM, a local partner for UNHCR in Turkey, for two years, and as a senior data analyst with the IFRC also for over two years.
Selin holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and Public Administration from the Bilkent University, and a Master’s Degree in International Relations from the Middle East Technical University, in Ankara, Turkey. Selin is fluent in English and Turkish.