Research Fellows

Our research fellows are selected for their experience and the quality of their research output. If you are interested in joining our fellowship program, please send us a message.

Sana Al-Buanain

2017 Research Fellow

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sana Al-Buainain lives in Doha, Qatar and is the Founder of The Journey LLC, a coaching social enterprise, which helps graduates and women entrepreneurs to reach their highest potential in entrepreneurship, and develop an authentic career and lifestyle. She is passionate about traveling, international music, guitar, dancing, emerging in cross-cultural experiences, and having friends all over the globe. She is currently doing research on entrepreneurial skills for our programs.

Gabriel Inchausti

2017 Research Fellow

Gabriel is from Uruguay where he has developed a professional career working in C-Suites for big corporations. He holds a degree in economics from Universidad de la República in Uruguay with a focus on corporate finance strategy including studying at the University of Chicago and LSE. Currently, he is a professor and lecturer at universities in Uruguay and Brazil. His research is in behavioural economics and education.

Benjamin Lee

2017 Research Fellow

Benjamin is passionate about equality in educational opportunities and what drives him to be a fellow with Professors Without Borders. He is pursuing his BSc in Actuarial Sciences at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). His hobbies include hiking around the globe, basketball, and ultimate frisbee. He is doing research on the inequality of education financing within countries.

 

Catherine Stickney

2017 Research Fellow

Catherine has completed her MA in International Development from Richmond, The American International University in London and holds a BA in International Relations from California State University, Chico. Catherine conducted an internship with Professors Without Borders in 2017 where she contributed significantly to our research agenda. She is currently leading the project on women and education in the developing world.

Samantha Stortz

2017 Research Fellow

Samantha has completed her MA in International Development at Richmond, The American International University in London and holds a BA in Politics and International Relations from Kingston University London. She has experience working with women’s empowerment in Peru and conducted an internship with Professors Without Borders in 2017. She is currently leading the project on skills students lack when beginning university.

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