Programme Specialist

Tabitha joined INASP in January 2019 and works as a Programme Specialist. She is part of the AuthorAID team at INASP, focusing on the online learning programme workstream with the goal to provide high quality content to meet the needs of South women and men researchers. Tabitha also leads on INASP’s overall programme communications. Previously, her work primarily focused on supporting our university partners in Uganda and Tanzania as part of the FCDO-funded Transforming Employability for Social Change in East Africa (TESCEA) project. She also supported the programme management of Strengthening the Use of Evidence for Development Impact (SEDI), which worked to strengthen evidence use in policy in Ghana, Uganda and Pakistan and in which INASP was the technical lead on capacity development.

Before joining INASP, Tabitha supported a large network of schools across Central America in the design and running of school enterprises. There, she trained and guided teachers in Guatemala and Honduras in the participation in a global enterprise challenge. Tabitha has lived and worked in Latin America, Zambia, Germany, and Australia and holds a master’s degree in social policy and social development from the University of Manchester.

Read blog posts by Tabitha here.

Key skills and expertise:

  • Digital learning
  • Online course management
  • Workshop planning/facilitation
  • Monitoring and evaluation
  • Social media and communications

Selected publications:

Digital Learning