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Tessa Kock


Tessa has been part of the Cenfri team since 2009. She has more than 20 years’ experience in the private, academic and not-for-profit space. She previously worked at institutions such as:

  • The Labour Research Services, as an administrator
  • The Economic Policy Research Service (University of the Western Cape), as project administrator and financial manager
  • IN-FORM Systems, as a financial and office manager

Tessa is passionate about supporting development, with a particular focus on labour. She loves walking the streets of Cape Town whenever she gets a chance between work and raising her twin sons and daughter.

Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree in environmental and geographical sciences and public administration, University of Cape Town

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Recent Content
The role of insurance regulators in dealing with consumer data protection risks
Across industries, businesses are collecting, storing and using increasing amounts of consumer data. This has been made possible by the growth in b...
What can behavioural science tell us about the financial decisions of women?
Women are significantly less likely to use formal banking services than men, due to a range of barriers to access and use. A lack of gender-disagg...
The curious case of migration and remittances in SSA
Migration is on the rise in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), bot...
Where are the flows? Exploring barriers to remittances in sub-Saharan African
Remittance flows represent an increasingly important source of income for sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Between 2012 and 2015, formal flows steadily gr...
Biometrics and financial inclusion: A roadmap for implementing biometric identity systems in sub-Saharan Africa
The World Bank (2017) estimates that 1.1 billion people live without proof of identity. Nearly 50% of these people live in sub-Saharan Africa, wher...