Juliana Yael Milovich is a PhD student in Development Economics at the University Paris Nanterre in France, where she also graduated from a MSc. in International Economics and Macroeconomic Policy. She is an Assistant Professor at the same university and has been working with OPHI as a part-time researcher since 2015. She contributes annually in the computations of the Global MPI, provided support during the OPHI Summer School 2018 and since 2017 she has joined the outreach team where she provides consultancy services to countries in their development of a National MPI. Her current research focuses on the determinants of poverty and well-being in developing countries and, more precisely, on the factors impacting (positively and negatively) child malnutrition in Guatemala.