Brendan is a education and development specialist currently completing a PhD at the University of Melbourne’s Graduate School of Education. Brendan is studying the literacy practices of out-of-school children in Ghana & Myanmar, using participatory photography to document their transition through a Complementary Basic Education program into formal schooling. He is also a consultant for Plan International, Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority and UNICEF. Formally, Brendan was an Education Officer with UNICEF in Ghana and Director of Venture Support for StartSomeGood. He writes about literacy, globaldev and schooling at ill-literate and tracks down NFL jerseys in Ghana.
DESIGN FOR AID: A UX Hackathon with WhyDev and General Assembly
Want to work on a UX project that creates real impact? Join us for this fast-paced UX Design Hackathon at General Assembly, and work on WhyDev's aid worker peer support initiative.