Network

WASD has built a strong network of researchers, policy makers, educators, consultants and employers from all parts of the world to exchange knowledge and experience and discuss current developments and challenges. This directory can be used to help find, support and collaborate with experts from the WASD network.

Interested in joining the WASD expert directory? Complete the application form. Please check your details in our directory after 48 hrs and if you can not find your name, please contact the directory coordinator at sheema@sussex.ac.uk.

You can also join the expert directories of our sister organisations: Middle Eastern Knowledge Economy Institute (MEKEI) and Sudan Knowledge (SK).

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Dr. Wafi Al-Karaghouli

Lecturer

Dr Wafi Al-Karaghouli, BA Statistics (Baghdad), MPhil Statistics and Operations Research (London), PhD IS Failures (Brunel), Cert. TQM, Cert. PRINCE2, MBCS, MElite, MPROMS-G, MRESG,FINFOMS. Wafi has gained extensive experience with multinational companies and has twelve years industrial experience, of which one was a blue-chip, and nineteen years in Higher Education.…

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Dr. Jummy Okoya

MBA Director

Jummy is an experienced lecturer and trainer with more than 10 years’ experience of teaching both at undergraduate and post graduate level with several UK higher education institutions. She has got extensive capability in providing teaching and training services in Human Resources Management, Learning and Development, Business Information systems, Personal Development planning, Continuous Professional Development and E-Learning.…

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Dr. Ihab Tewfik

Course Leader

Dr. Ihab Tewfi k is the Programme Leader for BSc (Hons) Human Nutrition, Department of Life Sciences at the University of Westminster. Ihab is a Registered Practitioner in Higher Education, UK, as well as Fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health (FRSPH).…

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Jack McQuibban

Coordinator

Jack is the Advocacy and Networks Coordinator at Restless Development, the youth-led agency for international development. Restless Development works across 10 country hubs that empower and build the capacity of young people to bring real and lasting change to their communities.

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Kelvin Jones

Director of International

A cross sector disruptive innovator. The Director of International student recruitment for a global education provider. A chartered fellow of the Chartered Management Institute. Actively advising education institutes and businesses.

MBA, PGDip Strategic Management, FCMI CMgr

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prof. Tony Bendell

Professor

Respected academic, experienced consultant and trainer, and internationally recognized expert on Change Management and Sustainable Development, Governance, Organizational Excellence, Strategy, Leadership, Quality and Lean/ six Sigma, Tony also has an interest in public sector development and reform.…

Dr. Edna Stan-Maduka

Lecturer

Dr. Edna Stan-Maduka completed her PhD studies at the University of East London UK. She teaches and supervises postgraduate students in the areas of international business, corporate finance, banking and enterprise risk management.…

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Angelique Pouponneau

Vice-Chairperson

Angelique Pouponneau is a lawyer by profession and co-founded a non-governmental organisation, the SIDS Youth AIMS Hub- Seychelles, which focuses on climate change and sustainable development at grassroots level. She currently holds the position of Vice-Chairperson for inclusion and engagement of the Commonwealth Youth Council.…

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prof. Gordon Mackerron

Director

Gordon MacKerron was Director of SPRU from 2008 until the end of 2013 and is now Professor of Science and Technology Policy . He was previously Director of the Sussex Energy Group at SPRU from April 2005 to November 2008.…

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Rudi Page

Chief Executive

Award-winning Management Consultant specialising in policy implementation for International Trade Support, Healthcare Management Systems, Workforce Development (Equalities) and Corporate Social Impact. Adviser, Ministry of Health and the Environment of the Government of Antigua and Barbuda.…

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Andi Gaywood

Researcher

Andi Gaywood been employed as a Family Cards Worker and Social Work Instructor he went on to work in the field of IT and banking. During this time he developed a keen interest in nutrition, obesity and healthy living which motivated him to an undertaking and achieving first-class honour in a human nutrition degree.…

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Dr. Sundus Tewfik

Pharmaceutical Scientist

Dr. Sundus Tewfik is the Course Leader for Herbal Medicinal Sciences at the Faculty of Life Sciences, School of Human Sciences, London Metropolitan University. As a Pharmaceutical scientist, she lectures on conventional and herbal pharmacology.…

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Folashade Alloh

Researcher

Folashade Alloh holds an MSc in Public health and is currently a Postgraduate Researcher at Bournemouth
University. Her research interests are in Type 2 diabetes among African migrants, and she is currently looking at how environment and lifestyle factors in uence the development and management of the condition among the black and ethnic minority population in the UK.

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Dr. Jonathan E. Brown

Lecturer

Dr. Jonathan E. Brown is a lecturer at the University of  Surrey. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Pharmacy and Pharmacology of the University of Bath. …

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Dr. Basma ElSafi

Consultant

Basma ElSafi studied Medicine at the University of Bucharest, Romania. She is a Consultant in Acute Medicine
at Kings College Hospital in London. She holds MBBS, MD (MRCP equivalent), and the Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP).…

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