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Edison Huynh

Edison Huynh

Director of Research and Special Projects

Edison Huynh serves as the Director of Research and Special Projects contributing to the development of educational products for the Global STEM Alliance (GSA) - the Academy’s initiative to strengthen and support the STEM pipeline - as well as developing ideas for new programs and special projects which leverage the Academy’s unique position as a convener of scientists from around the world.

Edison has had a varied background in education practice, policy, and research. He started off as a high school science teacher in the UK before being elected Teach First President where he campaigned on tackling education inequality and developed partnerships with business, policy makers, school leaders and non-profit foundations in order to highlight barriers to social mobility. Edison also worked at the political thinktank IPPR where he worked in the Public Policy team across education and health briefs. He has also worked in education research in many international contexts – most notably in Canada and China.

Edison has a degree in Geography from the University of Oxford where he focused on the use of pollen proxies in climate science. Edison received his Post-Graduate Certificate in Science Education (PGCE) from Canterbury Christ Church University, a Masters in Education Leadership from the Institute of Education (University College London), as well as a Masters in Public Policy from Tsinghua University where he was a Schwarzman Scholar. He is originally from London, UK.