Hassan Goreja was the Policy and Training Associate at CERP and a project lead for several key initiatives. Hassan managed the CLEAR-Pakistan initiative, a collaboration between CERP and the World Bank that provides capacity building and monitoring and evaluation training to governments and civil society in Pakistan. He also oversaw the Entrepreneurial Finance Lab in Pakistan, a project developed at Harvard that uses psychometric tools to identify and fund credit worthy entrepreneurs. Hassan earned his Masters of Philosophy in Economics from the University of Cambridge and graduated with distinction from LUMS where he received a Masters degree in Economics. Prior to joining CERP he worked with the Responsible Business Initiative, Afghanaid, and Gallup. Currently, Hassan is part of the Adjunct Faculty at LUMS, teaching courses in Microeconomics.