Yentyl Williams is an International Economic Development Expert with a specialisation in EU Trade and Investment in developing economies. Yentyl obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in European Studies with a Distinction in Oral French at the King’s College London (2012), including an Erasmus year in Sciences Po Paris. Yentyl obtained an advanced Master in EU International Relations and Diplomacy at College of Europe, Bruges (2013). She has several years of work experience on EU relations with the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) group of states, in both the public (European Commission, CTA, European Economic and Social Committee (EESC)) and private sector (consulting). In 2015, Yentyl was appointed Expert to the EESC for the Green Paper on ‘The Future of the EU’s relations with the ACP group and the successor to the Cotonou Partnership Agreement’. She has published on the EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreements and has a general interest on EU trade policy, TTIP and the Sustainable Development Goals. Yentyl joined the Centre for EU Studies in June 2016.