Kathleen Angulo is the co-national investigator for Mozambique.
Kathleen has ten rich years of experience in research, having worked in Brazil and Mozambique.
Before Ipsos, Kathleen worked in Brazil as a Stats Assistant Teacher for the Federal University of São Paulo, as a Researcher for the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) and as a Research Intern for the Social Entrepreneurship Center. Kathleen has worked through all research stages in quantitative, qualitative, and secondary research.
She has experience in QGIS (cartographic software), Nvivo (qual software) and SPSS (IBM stats software). She has also worked in a variety of research sectors such as mapping surveys, B2B, racial inequality, public security, political polls and child labour and entrepreneurship. Kathleen holds a Degree in Sociology (Specialization in Public Opinion and Market Intelligence) from the School of Sociology and Politics (FESPSP), a Masters’ Degree in Social Sciences from the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP and has obtained approval to be part of PhD Program in Sociology in the University of Évora, Portugal.