Ami Katherine Saji

Research Assistant

Ami Saji is originally from the United States. She brings analytical knowledge and experience from the NGO sector, where she has focused on refugee resettlement, migrant integration, and workforce development. Most recently, she served as the Network Coordinator for COST Action 16111 ETHMIGSURVEYDATA, a research network aiming to improve access, usability, and dissemination of quantitative survey data on the economic, social, and political integration of ethnic and migrant minorities (EMMs). Ami holds a Master of Public Administration (MPA) from the London School of Economics and Political Science (London, UK) and a BA in International Studies and French from the Ohio State University (Columbus, Ohio, USA). 

Ami is now working as a researcher for the SSHOC (Social Sciences & Humanities Open Cloud) Project, which is a large-scale and collaborative initiative to develop and launch a new cloud-based infrastructure, where data, tools, and training will be made available to researchers and scholars in the social sciences and humanities communities. As a researcher participating in Work Package 9 of SSHOC, she works in collaboration with COST Action CA16111 ETHMIGSURVEYDATA to: (i) consolidate a comprehensive (and constantly updated) database that lists hundreds of surveys undertaken with EMM (sub)samples across Europe in a way that it complies with the FAIR principles and (ii) develop a pilot that will allow assessing the feasibility of setting a full stream of the European Question Bank (EQB) dedicated to the EMM survey data.

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