Teana Boston-Mammah

Teana Boston-Mammah – (1964) is a sociologist, she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology at Essex University (UK) and a Master of Urban Studies and Public Policy at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is particularly interested in notions of identity in an urban context. For the first ten years of her career she worked as a teacher of sociology in London. In the Netherlands, she went on to develop her research and policy advising skills. She worked for over eleven years as a policy advisor/researcher for Scala, a non-profit expertise center for gender and diversity, in Rotterdam. Research areas include the glass ceiling, emancipation in Rotterdam, radicalization, fatherhood, sexual diversity, and gendered social contact patterns.

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