Sally Nuamah's research research interests sit at the intersections of gender, education, and politics. Her work focuses on the experiences of girls in non-elite school settings across the U.S and Africa.
Sally Nuamah is a race, gender, education politics and policy scholar in both the U.S and Africa. In addition to hear research, she has an award winning film on girls and education in Ghana and policy experience with both the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the United Nations Foundation. Sally Nuamah is a recent graduate of Northwestern University (June 2016) and is currently a joint post-doctoral fellow at the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University.
Developing Positive Academic Identities among Girl Learners
How Schools Improve the Academic Performance of Poor Learners
The Relationship Between School Discipline, Gender and Politics