Kim Adonis is an associate manager with the Shared Value and Infrastructure practices at Genesis.
She has extensive experience in the water, transport, logistics, manufacturing, aviation, and oil and gas sectors. Kim specialises in crafting economically viable business cases as well as the quantitative assessment of economic impact through the use of various quantitative methods including Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) and Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) modelling.
Before joining Genesis in 2015, she was the group economist for a private investment company. Later, as a senior economist and water sector leader at KPMG South Africa, she was part of KPMG’s global infrastructure team. She was also formerly the deputy director of economic analysis at a provincial treasury in South Africa.
Kim holds a master’s in Economics from the University of the Witwatersrand. She was also awarded a Public-Private Partnership Fellowship by the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Foundation and a Clinton Democracy Fellowship.