Nadine V. Thomas holds a B.A. in Media and Advertising obtained from the University of East London, and a Master of Laws from the University of Wolverhampton. Before commencing her PhD, Nadine worked at a non-profit organization implementing learning programs for at risk youth and working alongside anti-gang units advocating for community development.
Her research sits at the nexus of educational disadvantages among minority groups, race and class, youth justice and social inequality. As a postgraduate researcher, Nadine explores the meritocratic ideal and the correlation between societal disadvantages, educational disadvantages and societal development.
Her current research investigates educational policy and the origins of a seemingly inequitable system.