My aspiration is to build bridges between social science disciplines to more effectively tackle educational inequalities.
With my Politics and Public Policy research I seek to find missing pieces of the puzzle of social science advice for education policy.

Photo: Nahr El Kalb, Lebanon, 2018.
Photography Copyright: Charlotte Haberstroh

Academic career:
2018-2021: LSE Fellow in Public Policy and Comparative Politics; Department of Government, LSE; Associate Member, LSE International Inequalities Institute

2015-2018: Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Qualitative Methods, Department of Social Policy and Intervention, Oxford / Fellow at Nuffield College

2017: Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, training completed at Oxford University

2011-2016: PhD at the European University Institute, Social and Political Science, Florence, Italy

2017: Winner of the Linz-Rokkan Prize for best thesis in Political Sociology, EUI
2019: Winner of the LSE Class Teacher Award, Department of Government, LSE

Career breaks:
12/2016-12/2017: maternity leave
02/2021-10/2021: maternity leave

Multilingual: French & German (native), English (fluent), Italian, Spanish. Trustee at the St Pancras Community Association, Camden Town, London. Studied at SciencesPo Paris and King’s College London. In my early 20s, I used to run and train staff for bi-national youth meetings and language courses for German and French teenagers.

%d bloggers like this: