Jennifer Lobo holds a Bachelor of Social Science with a specialisation in International Development and Globalisation from The University of Ottawa. During her time there she participated in the planning and implementation of a variety of volunteer development projects in Latin America and Asia. At the Hertie School, she studied public policy with a focus on public management, political communication and technology. Most recently, she worked as a researcher at the Institute of Governance, Policies and Politics in New Delhi, where she focused on gender, energy and development projects and was particularly involved with the 24x7 Energy for All policy. She hopes to work in the field of social entrepreneurship and technology in the future.
Master’s thesis title
Mobile phone usage amongst women in rural India