Lecturer at Christopher Newport University, Virginia, USA
Dr. Cash holds a PhD in International Development, an MSc-Research in African Studies from University of Edinburgh, Scotland, both focusing on the impact of extractive industries in sub-Saharan Africa, and a MA in Development Studies from the University of Leeds, UK.
Dr. Cash currently works as a Lecturer at the Christopher Newport University, US. Her expertise is the effective management of revenues and resources obtained from oil and mining to meet short- to long-term socio-economic development goals and her recent work focuses on the role of the relationship between the state and civil society in the management of revenues and resources. Dr. Cash research interests also include: the role of corporate social responsibility in the extractive sector, and issues surrounding land disputes and land-grabbing in the extractive sectors. In the past, Dr. Cash also worked as an Africa Focal Point for the International Organization for Migration in Washington, DC, US.