Menu Close
Lecturer in Comparative and International Education, University of Bristol

I have worked in education since 2002, largely in sub-Saharan Africa and other low-resource contexts. Before joining Bristol I worked at the University of Cambridge, where I helped establish the African Education Research Database (AERD) which is an online catalogue of research by African-based academics.

I have a broad interest in schooling in Africa, and particularly in pedagogy and leadership for disadvantaged learners. My PhD research was an ethnographic study of the agendas, participation and influence of different stakeholder groups at a government primary school in Tigray, Ethiopia.

Experience

  • 2019–present
    Lecturer in Comparative and International Education, University of Bristol
  • 2017–2019
    Research associate, University of Cambridge