Teddy Woodhouse

Senior Research Manager, A4AI

Teddy (he/him) is the Senior Research Manager for the Alliance for Affordable Internet. In his role, he oversees A4AI’s research program, conducts original analysis and research to support the organisation’s mission, and uses the team’s insights as evidence for policy change.

His expertise spans a range of research methods and themes across ICT4D and telecommunications policy. He first joined the Alliance in early 2016 and has since helped co-author a number of publications, including four editions of the Affordability Report; From Luxury to Lifeline, A4AI’s first study of device prices in low- and middle-income countries; the Costs of Exclusion research series to estimate the economic consequences of digital gender inequality; and Advancing Meaningful Connectivity, A4AI’s initial analysis on meaningful connectivity as a foundation for inclusive digital societies.

Teddy holds an MA (Hons) in International Relations from the University of St Andrews and an MSc in Global Politics (Global Civil Society) from the London School of Economics and speaks English, French, Spanish, and Czech.