Teddy (he/him) is the research manager for access and affordability at the Web Foundation and focuses his time on the Alliance for Affordable Internet’s research program. This includes coordinating research projects for A4AI, conducting original analysis and research to support the organisation’s mission, and using our insights as evidence for policy change.
He first joined the Foundation in early 2016 and has since helped co-author a number of publications, including the 2018 and 2019 Affordability Reports. 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.
You can email him or get in contact on Twitter (@TeddyWoodhouse) to discuss any of the Foundation’s ongoing research and analysis on internet access, affordability, and the big-picture and human impacts of connectivity in the world today.