Cheryl Cosslett is an Analyst in the Singapore Office of Vriens & Partners.
Previously, she has worked for a public relations and political consultancy firm, where she monitored media developments and contributed to global briefings for governmental clients. In university, Cheryl was also a writing tutor and a research assistant in Ethnic Politics. Her research on the use of ethnic Othering rhetoric in Indonesian local elections won the best thesis award for her major. Her anthropological essay, exploring Japanese cultural consumption in Singapore, was published in the anthology Local Encounters in a Global City. Most recently, she worked on a book project on quantifying national identities in Southeast Asia.
Cheryl graduated from Yale-NUS College in May 2018 with a major in Philosophy, Politics and Economics. She currently volunteers at a local NGO to teach Indonesian migrant workers English and creative writing.