Kyra Safar


Kyra is an Associate at Limestone Analytics and holds an M.A. in Economics from Queen’s University. Her work at Limestone includes cost-benefit analysis of projects related to nutrition, supplementation, and protection. Before Limestone, her research with the Queen’s University Neuroeconomics Lab analyzed the effects of volunteering across gender and occupations through the lens of behavioral economics. Her research interests include health, gender, behavioral economics, and the environment.

Kyra has recently worked on the Sight and Life Innovation in Nutrition project, modeling the impacts of new nutrition and supplementation interventions and is currently working in the child protection space.


  • M.A. in Economics
    Queen’s University
  • BAH in Applied Economics
    Queen’s University