International Baccalaureate, East Sussex College
B.A. in Economics and Politics, Regis University
M.A. Candidate in Global Finance, Trade, and Economic Integration, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, expected 2016
Nenani is from Lusaka, Zambia. He speaks three Zambian languages, some Spanish, and is currently learning French. Before beginning his M.A. at Korbel, he spent two and a half years in the UK where he completed his International Baccalaureate diploma. He then moved to the U.S. where he went to Regis University and double-majored in International Economics and Politics. He also played soccer and rugby for the university.
He is now a M.A. candidate in the GFTEI program with a concentration in trade, export/import compliance, and business analytics. He started working as a research assistant at the Pardee Center starting in the spring of 2015. His work for the Pardee Center focuses on economics research and data forecasting, and specializes in data importing and analysis at Pardee. During his time at Pardee he hopes to gain a better understanding of energy, trade, and innovation in the world (especially Africa).