LEAP Fellow

Andrew Armstrong

Over the past four years Andrew has worked as consultant in the Education in Emergencies sector. He is currently a senior consultant at the Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) supporting their communications and capacity building teams, in addition to providing strategic guidance and oversight to the global update of the organization ‘s foundational tool, the INEE Minimum Standards for Education. Previously, Andrew consulted for INEE’s Teachers in Crisis Context (TiCC) Collaborative and UNICEF supporting their Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) in education agenda.

In 2020, Andrew received his master’s degree in International Education Policy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. As an Education Entrepreneurship Fellow, Andrew advanced his own social impact venture to support teacher wellbeing and professional development in crisis contexts through a virtual platform of peer-to-peer learning and practice. His research focused on education as a means for restorative justice and transformation, and how power, identity, and politics operate within the space of the classroom.