I am a human geographer and critical migration scholar. As a PhD student in the Geography Department at the University of Cambridge, my current research focuses on the idea of ‘climate migration’.
From 2015 to mid-2017, I was employed by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) as an analyst, where I worked on the flagship SDG Index and Dashboards report. Concurrently, I volunteered in the grass-roots NGO Réfugiés Bienvenue (Refugees Welcome France).
I provide a more detailed account of my academic background and the various other influences on my intellectual development in this personal research narrative, as well as in my latest CV (Winter 2021).
(2018 – 2022) PhD in Geography, at the University of Cambridge. Advisor: Prof. Mike Hulme.
(2013 – 2014) MSc Environment and Development at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Graduated with Distinction (Best Overall Performance)
(2010 – 2013) BSc Environmental Geography at University College London. Upper second class degree (2:1)
(2018 – present) Postgraduate fellow, Royal Geographical Society
(2018 – present) Graduate member, Cambridge Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement
(2017 – 2018) Member, European Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (EAERE)