an accessible centre for everyone involved
the ash in a learning network that makes research accessible and strengthens knowledge sharing
After completing a teacher training program in primary education (Hogeschool Antwerpen) in 2005, Sabrina worked for more than 10 years as a teacher and pupil counselor.
So far, her work life has taken several detours into different sectors and subjects. Because everything is interesting. Several themes recur: education, psychology, and technology.
Astrid graduated as a primary school teacher in 1998 (Hogeschool Inholland, the Netherlands). Subsequently, she started studying pedagogical sciences at the VU Amsterdam, where she graduated in 2002 as a master in educational pedagogy.
Amber is a researcher within the Research Center Lifelong Learning and Innovation (OLLI/RELLI), where she is also coordinator of the center of expertise 'Learning and development with the help of data'.
Inspired by technology and artificial intelligence, Hassan graduated as a civil engineer. Subsequently, he worked on several projects with a focus on artificial intelligence and gamification, including a project in collaboration with Brussels universities and the EU to combat burnouts and bore-outs among young people. He also obtained his degree in Business Management at the Solvay Business School.
Optimalization of the match between labor demand and labor supply and improvement of the image of technology jobs in the industry.
Laura Herrewijn (PhD in the Social Sciences: Communication Sciences) is researcher at the AP University of Applied Sciences and Arts Antwerp and guest professor at the University of Antwerp.