I joined Cambridge University Press and Assessment in January 2020, where I work in the Education and Curriculum team. My academic background is in sociology and social policy, and I am interested in policy formulation processes. I completed my PhD at the Centre of Development Studies at the University of Cambridge in 2020 where my research examined migration policymaking in West Africa.
My recent projects include working on an extensive transnational review of the state of research on textbooks and other learning materials; tracking developments and changes in curriculum in the UK nations over time and system-level responses to the Covid-19 pandemic; and researching teacher professionalism and training in relation to decolonisation. I am also a member of the UNICEF UK/UNESCO community of practice on climate change, displacement and education. I review papers for international development and public policy journals in my areas of expertise.
My past work experience includes working for Oxfam GB, UNESCO, and as a consultant for the European Commission in research and communications capacities.
In my free time I enjoy road biking, spending time at my allotment, and reading fiction novels.