Tasnuva Ahmad joined the Centre for Peace and Justice at Brac University in November 2020 as a Project Officer for “Bridging Community and Humanitarian Response to Covid 19 in Rohingya camps” project in Cox’s Bazar. Currently, she is working, as a research assistant, on “Bordering Economies: Refugee Livelihoods and Informal Cross-border Trade” research study in the collaboration with Cardiff University.
Earlier, Tasnuva worked as a Fellow for Teach for Bangladesh, an NGO devoted to removing inequalities in educational opportunities in Bangladesh. She also participated in the Global Girls’ Education Fellowship organized by the Teach for All network in 2017. She attended an exposure visit and training programme in Chennai, India in 2019 on “International Student Exposure Visit on Youth Engagement to meet SDGs”, arranged by the Centre on Integrated Rural Development for Asia and the Pacific (CIRDAP) and Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development (RGNIYD). Her core focuses are on Education, Peace-Building, and Gender Equality. She is an Indian Government Silver Jubilee Scholar, having completed her Master’s degree in Economics with the South Asian University (SAU), New Delhi. She is a scholar of the Asian University for Women (AUW), Chittagong, where she graduated the Access Academy course and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics. She has also recently completed her second Masters in Educational Leadership and School Improvement from the BRAC Institute of Educational Development.