Anne Okello

Academic Lead for Employability

Anne.Okello@bil.ac.uk

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I have an EFL teaching background and a broad range of experience in Education and Teaching in the UK and abroad. The major projects I have worked on include the British Council and European Union’s Language and Academic Skills and E-Learning project where I provide English language and academic coaching to refugees in Jordan. I have also worked in Education and Development in Sudan and Uganda, Teaching and providing skills training.

My UK based worked experience centres on the not-for-profit sector as an advocate and immigration and integration advisor. I also worked for a research Think Tank.

Interests

My work interests include education, development and immigration, and other areas of interest include East African and Middle Eastern History and Politics.

I am a keen traveler and I speak Arabic and Acholi.

Qualifications, Affiliations and Memberships

  • BA History- University of Essex
  • MA Colonial and Post Colonial Studies -University of Leeds
  • CELTA