Ayesha Baisden holds a Bachelor of Arts in Law and Anthropology with upper second class honours from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She studied public policy at the Hertie School, focusing on management. Her professional experience consists of working as a legislative drafter for the governments of Grenada, and Antigua and Barbuda, where she drafted various areas of law and gave legislative advice in Parliament. While working in Antigua and Barbuda, she sat on the WTO Remedies Committee in their gaming case against the USA. Ayesha is a recipient of a DAAD scholarship to study in public policy in Germany, a Commerzbank Stiftung Award recipient to pursue studies at the Hertie School and she is also a Hertie School of Governance student ambassador. She is a member of Rotary Club International and the Hertie Student Association Social Response Group.
Master’s thesis title
Accountability, the United Nations and the standard of civil responsibility.