We recently received the sad news that our Consulting Economist, Hamilton Galloway, was leaving EMSI to head up a consultancy team in New York. Hamilton worked for EMSI for almost seven years, with his final year being based in England. During his time working in the UK team, Hamilton played a major part in developing our consulting proposition and we are extremely grateful to him for all he achieved in helping to establish EMSI’s presence in the UK.
Finding someone to fill Hamilton’s shoes was never going to be an easy task, but we are pleased to announce that we have now found a replacement to take on the mantle.
Yash Senturk joins EMSI as Consulting Economist, coming to us with a long track record in academia and management consultancy. With his analytical and strategic review skills, Yash has developed national and regional input-output models, undertaken economic impact and business plan studies focused on economic development projects, and has advised public and private sector clients in regulated environments both in the UK and in various parts of the world. He has published on the development and the use of Social Accounting Matrices in human resource development, and is a keen advocate of embedding and using economic rigour in understanding the development needs of organisations. Yash holds a BSC in Economics with distinction from the Eastern Mediterranean University and an MA in Development Economics from the University of Kent at Canterbury.
We would like to take this opportunity of welcoming Yash to the UK team, wishing him every success as he builds on the foundations established by Hamilton.