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About Lawrence Dunham

Lawrence Dunham Lawrence Dunham Address: 7 Crane Court, Sheen Gate Gardens, London, SW14 7PE Mobile: 07511262528; Email: lawrence.dunham@developingafrica.net --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Date of Birth: 30th January 1995 Education: 2013 - Present - University Of Southampton BSC Politics and Economics – Expected 1st Class Honours 2006 – 2013 - Christ’s Hospital International Baccalaureate Higher Level; 5 Maths, 6 Economics, 5 Physics Standard Level; 6 English, 6 Spanish, 6 Geography 2 Core Points; 36 GCSE’s 6 A*’s (English Literature, Latin, Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Geography) 5 A’s (English language, Physics, Chemistry, History, ICT) Experience: 2014 – Present; Developing Africa Development value chain, web based intelligence and data aggregation service Heading the Youth Entrepreneurship Program • Engaging the diaspora within the UK and Africa • Acting as joint venture to the company, providing my marketing services within the youth Summer 2013 – Kenya Independent Research Study Company Research at different sectors of employment • Ranging from primary, secondary and tertiary businesses that were all selectively chosen who showcased an ethical- non corrupt background • Analysing the role that they play locally and nationally to support the future development of the country • Understanding the setbacks specifically within intra African trade and the subsequent reasoning to trade outside the continent Foreign Report - July 2012 - July 2013 Editorial Internship • Building up an extensive portfolio of weekly article written on current affairs, which developed by literary and communication skills Summer 2012 – Paragon Housing Marketing Internship • Researched on clients willing offer venues for fundraising. • Created samples for poster design which could be distributed around the community. • Began development of the company’s new website using Wordpress at the end presenting ideas to the team leader Personal Interests: An avid reader of economic journals, particularly behavioural economics; an interest which I have evidenced on writing a paper analysing the effect of price discrimination in the aviation industry. Highly interested in the field of international development, attending lectures such as Paul Collier’s at LSE on Development Economics called ‘Divergence of the Bottom Billion’ My passion is within Politics and as my company developingAfrica develops I hope to use the experience and knowledge gained to make a difference to society
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