Graduate Fellow, Center for Energy Studies
Likeleli Seitlheko is a Baker Institute graduate fellow pursuing a Ph.D. in energy policy studies and energy economics. Seitlheko's research currently focuses on the economics of shale gas and OPEC investment cycles. Seitlheko received a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Princeton University and has served as a research associate at the Baker Institute. While at Princeton, Seitlheko worked as a research assistant on the States of Emergency project, designed to create a database for the study of political instability and human rights, and as a research intern for the Shanduka Group of South Africa. Seitlheko, who grew up in the outskirts of Maseru, Lesotho, has made a strong contribution to the Baker Institute's survey and analysis work on the link between energy and poverty in southern Africa and Morocco, as well as to the institute's study on the geopolitics of natural gas.