Aurore Du Roy is passionate about education, development and digital tools. She has specialized in education policy issues in the North and the South, and is interested in the impact digital tools have on learning and on the governance of education systems. She is the head of the French branch of Kiron Open Higher Education, an organization aiming at giving refugees access to higher education through a blended learning approach. Before, she has worked both in the private sector and in international organizations on various projects related to education. She worked for the conference of education ministers of francophone countries (CONFEMEN) where she was involved in its first international assessment. This evaluation program collected data to give an overview of the education systems of 10 of its member countries. She has also worked as a consultant for a French startup specialized in developing digital tools for schools. Aurore holds a master’s degree in international cooperation in education and training from Paris Descartes University, France. In her free time, she loves to read, write, travel and volunteer in various organizations.
Main Pillar: Education
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Country of Origin: France
City of Residency: Paris, France