Edwina is a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Fenner School of Environment and Society. She is a qualitative researcher whose work focuses on creating a more detailed understanding of how energy access can most effectively improve people’s lives. Edwina is driven by a passion for sustainable development and the big questions that arise from the relationship between energy and development: Who benefits from access to modern energy and how do they benefit? What can we do to maximize the benefit of access to energy access? What does the future of energy access in developing countries look like?
Prior to starting her PhD at Fenner, Edwina completed a Masters of Environmental Law and Sustainable Development at SOAS (University of London) and a Bachelor of Development Studies at the Australian National University.