Ntombikayise Gladwin Gilman
Ntombikayise Gladwin Gilman (Gladwin) joined All4Ed in January 2018 as a policy and advocacy intern. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in sustainable development at the School for International Training Graduate Institute with a focus on monitoring, evaluation, and learning in international education development programming.
Ms. Gilman was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, before moving to the United States to attend high school in Stevenson, Maryland. She recently graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a BA degree in international relations and human geography, where she focused on sub-Saharan migration and sustainable development initiatives in education, labor rights, and gender.
Prior to joining All4Ed, Ms. Gilman interned for the research and strategic initiative department in the American Federation of Teachers where she compiled and analyzed more than 1,300 survey responses for a report on international teacher migration published by Education International. During the spring of 2016, Ms. Gilman worked as an education intern with GMMB where she supported education accounts for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Aspen Institute. She previously interned with the Solidarity Center, Freedom House, the National Democratic Institute, Vital Voice, and the Global Fairness Initiative.
Ms. Gilman is interested in international comparisons, inclusive education, and education as a tool for sustainable development.