Tamsin was born in Zimbabwe and from her earliest days accompanied her parents on field trips in Kenya and to visit Community Health Clubs in Zimbabwe. Upon completing her B.Soc. Sci cum laudae at University of Cape Town, she joined another of our Associates Monique Oliff in Mwanza, Tanzania working with street kids. As an intern with Africa AHEAD developing training materials for IDP camps in northern Uganda on gender based violence and returnee trauma. After completing a Masters in Education, she lived in the Middle East for four years as a lecturer in the largest female university in Saudi Arabia’s Princess Nora Bint Abdulrahman; followed by another three years in Oman, in the University of Technology and Applied Science, while completing her Doctorate in Education, on the ‘Sociocultural impacts of English and Globalisation on women in Higher Education in Saudi Arabia’. Combining her interest in gender and cultural identity issues with her experience in Africa and Middle East she is a part time advisor for Education for Africa AHEAD Association to expand our new e-learning platform on Gender Issues. She is currently based in Germany as a full time English lecturer at LUNEX University, Luxembourg, with online training in Scientific English for distance learning in Senegal.
Senegal, Luxembourg, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, Mozambique, Italy, UK, Saudi Arabia, Oman.
English, Italian (Advanced), French (basic), Arabic (basic)