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Ngozi Edeagu
Research Fellow

Ngozi Edeagu is a research fellow with ACILD and a lecturer in the Department of History at the Federal University, Ndufu-Aliko/Ikwo, Nigeria. She has a First Class Honours degree in History from the University of Nigeria and an MSc in African Studies from the University of Oxford. Her research interests include the application of historical perspectives to public policy studies and transnational/global history. She has attended training courses in development economics, public history, teaching strategies and e-learning technologies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of London, Commonwealth Education Trust, and the University of Edinburgh respectively. Prior to joining academia, Ms. Edeagu had a ten year career in the private sector spanning various roles in several local and multinational companies including Citibank in Lagos where she was a Global Trade Analyst; Head of Administration of an international school offering the National Curriculum for England in Abuja and the Oxford University Press, England.