United Kingdom - EPPE Cohort 2017-2018
PhD Candidate, University of Glasgow School of Education
Before completing the MSc in Education, Public Policy and Equity at the University of Glasgow, Ellen worked as a Modern Foreign Languages teacher in the English, French and Spanish state education systems. She also has a strong background in political science having studied European Social and Political Studies at University College London and worked as a Policy Researcher for NGO Community Links. Ellen is a Co-Founder of the EPPE Network and is currently conducting doctoral research at the University of Glasgow School of Education, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. Her research is a longitudinal study of young people's trajectories as they transition out of the Mexican Dual Apprenticeship System. Ellen previously worked as a lead researcher of the COOL Music project at the Glasgow Caledonian University Yunus Centre for Social Business and Health. In her former role at the University of Glasgow, she worked on the H2020 YOUNG_ADULLLT project, analysing Scottish lifelong learning policies. Ellen's interests include policy implementation in vocational and community education, international policy transfer and class inequalities in education.