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Profile: Dr Liz Chamberlain

Dr Liz Chamberlain

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Profile: Dr Liz Chamberlain

Dr Liz Chamberlain

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Liz is a Senior Lecturer in Education at The Open University in the Faculty of Wellbeing, Education and Language Studies. She teaches and authors several of the university’s courses including Comparative and International Studies in Primary Education. She contributes to courses that support students who are hoping to be teachers or who wish to work in the third sector or cultural organisations. Liz has a passion for making a difference underpinned by her 30 years of experience teaching in primary schools and in higher education institutions. She loves working in big teams with colleagues from different countries. Currently, her day job is as Academic Director for the Supporting Adolescent Girls’ Education (SAGE) project in Zimbabwe, a UKAid-funded programme part of the Girls' Education Challenge.  In her spare time, Liz volunteers for several charities. She was a volunteer at London 2012’s Olympic Opening Ceremony where she met her fellow suffragettes, many of whom volunteer for CARE International’s annual Walk in Her Shoes/March4Women event. It was this experience that led to her one and only appearance (so far) in a Hollywood film. 

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