What are your areas of interest in research?
Ms Musammat Badrunnesha has over 16 years of experience working on teachers’ empowerment efforts as a career-oriented administrator and social scientist. She is the C.E.O, founder, and chairperson of the Empowerment and Human Development Society, and is the founding principal of Captain Academy, a school for underprivleged primary school children. In the last few years, Ms Badrunnesha has worked with 300 madrasas in the Sylhet region, providing workshops and training for teachers, administrators, youth, and women. The goal of this work is to improve the quality of the education in madrasa schools.
Ms Badrunnesha is an alumna of the Community Solutions Program (CSP) and Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (TEA)— a Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs program of the U.S. Department of State for global community leaders. In addition, Ms Badrunnesha spent four and a half months at the Brookings Institution doing research and developing a program plan for girls' education in the madrasas.
Currently, Ms. Badrunnesha has joined at the Access Allaince as an Immigrant Insight Scholar for the “Impact of Family Loss and Separation on Refugee Youth" project. And her research interests are; emotional well being of young men and women, challenges and opportunities in providing quality education in developing countires, and gender based violence in immigrant communties in Toronto.
How many years of research experience do you have outside Canada?
What are you hoping to achieve from this community of peers?
Learning new skills(especially, using technology in data analysis), resource sharing, and networking.
Please, subscribe to get an access.