Allison Koh is a PhD Researcher at the Centre for International Security and Research Associate at the Data Science Lab/SCRIPTS. Her research interests include the repression-mobilization nexus and digital dissent in authoritarian contexts. She holds a BSc in Economics and Asian Studies from Tulane University and a MPP from the Hertie School. Previously, she worked in the Asia-Pacific Regional Director's office at Open Society Foundations and received a Fulbright Scholarship to teach English in Malaysia.
Main supervisor: Prof. Dr. Anita Gohdes