MRES, MSC., BSC., (Banking and Finance), PhD (In-View)
Ngozi Emedosi is in the final year of her doctoral studies at Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland. Her PhD is focused on microfinance banks and quantitative risk assessment. In addition to her PhD, Ngozi lectures part-time at both postgraduate and undergraduate level in Glasgow Caledonian University.
Ngozi assists in the delivery of modules including corporate finance, financial strategies, financial market environments and introduction to quantitative analysis. She is an experienced researcher with an interest in areas such as microfinance banks, financial modelling, quantitative finance and machine learning in finance.
Ngozi has worked as a Market Research Manager at Clyde and Nigel Ltd, Dumfries for over 3 years. She is involved in a wide range of projects locally as well as internationally, and presently carries out diverse consultancy and research projects. Ngozi is the Secretary of DAWSUN (Diaspora African Women's Support Network CIC).
- Improve child poverty and financial exclusion within our community
- Challenge female genital mutilation practices
- Challenge domestic and sexual violence
- Reduce gender inequalities in employment, wages and leadership roles
- Support and mentor young girls and women
- Promote life-long learning and well-grounded education for men and women
- Research economic, social and developmental challenges
- Promote African cultural heritage through events and documentaries
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