Dr. Sohani Fatehin (left) and Dr. Hellen Seshie-Nasser (right) join the Economics faculty as lecturers.
Sohani Fatehin received her Ph.D. in economics from Georgia State University in 2017. She is an applied microeconomist with a focus on public finance, health, and development economics. Prior to joining Hopkins, she was visiting assistant professor at Dickinson College. She taught principles of microeconomics, intermediate microeconomics, labor economics, wage and labor market determination in the USA, and public finance. She also worked as a teaching instructor at Georgia State University while doing her Ph.D. in economics.
Hellen Seshie-Nasser teaches Elements of Microeconomics, Gender Economics and Economic Development in sub-Saharan Africa at Hopkins. Her research interests include Development economics with focus on education and gender, and Applied Microeconomics. Other areas of interest include International Economics and environmental economics. Prior to joining Johns Hopkins, she taught at University of Ghana for five years and another five years at University of Delaware (as an adjunct professor). She received her Ph.D. in economics from the University of Delaware in 2021.