Lwanda Maqelwane

Lwanda Maqelwane

Lwanda’s skills and experience is on qualitative research methodologies, social and expansive learning theoretical frameworks, knowledge and content creation. She serves on the Fort Cox Agriculture and Training Institute Curriculum Advisory Committee, researcher on the Amanzi for Food Programme (Funded by WRC), former communications personnel on Non-Profit: Each One Teach One Eastern Cape Awareness Campaign. Faculty Curriculum Review-Management Department (Commissioned by CHERTL). Currently, Lwanda is the research assistant to the Murray and Roberts Chair of Environmental Education and Sustainability

She has also participated and completed the JET Education early career research certification program (2020) and the Public Governance (YALI 2016, Residency Program).  Her PhD study will be part of the Monitoring and Evaluation of Climate Change Education (MEECA) International Research Programme (Convened by The Sustainability and Education Policy Network).

Her areas of interest include agricultural development, monitoring and evaluation, climate change (education) and gender studies.

Lwanda is also affiliated with the Environmental Education Association of Southern Africa and the World Environmental Education Association.