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Diana Toledo Figueroa

Project Leader

Policy Advice and Implementation
Directorate for Education and Skills of the OECD

Address: 42, Quai Alphonse Gallo
92100 Boulogne, France

Phone: +33 1 45 24 78 03
E-mail: diana.toledofigueroa@oecd.org

Diana Toledo Figueroa is a Policy Analyst on Education Policy in the OECD Education Directorate. She is the Project Leader of the Education Policy Outlook, and has lead responsibility as well in education policy country reviews and initiatives of education policy dialogues with countries.

Since her arrival to the OECD in 2007, she has contributed to a large variety of OECD work on education, including large-scale data surveys (PISA 2006, TALIS 2008, Education at a Glance 2007-09), research on teacher knowledge based on the learning sciences (the ITEL Teacher Knowledge Survey) and policy advice, implementation and dialogue in different OECD countries (such as Chile, Hungary, Iceland, Mexico, Norway or Scotland). As part of her work on policy implementation, she was seconded by the OECD to Mexico during 2009/10.

Diana holds a Doctoral Degree in Development Socio-Economics from EHESS, France. She also holds a B.A. in Political Science from ITAM, Mexico. A Mexican and French national, Diana speaks Spanish, English and French.  

 

 

Gillian Golden 

Policy Analyst/Secondee

Policy Advice and Implementation
Directorate for Education and Skills of the OECD

Address: 42, Quai Alphonse Gallo
92100 Boulogne, France

Phone: +33 1 45 24 96 28
E-mail: gillian.golden@oecd.org 

Gillian Golden is a Policy Analyst with the Directorate for Education and Skills where she is currently working on the Education Policy Outlook project, on development of country profiles and researching education evaluation policy in OECD countries.

Prior to joining the OECD, Gillian worked as a Government Statistician in the Irish Department of Education and Skills and in the Central Statistics Office, and was involved in both OECD and European Commission indicator development initiatives as well as producing national statistical reports. She holds a Masters Degree in Mathematics, and a joint Bachelor in Computer Science and Mathematics, and is currently completing her PhD in Complex Systems and Computational Social Science at University College Dublin, focusing on identifying regional variations in educational risk. 

 

 

 

Manon Giovinazzo

Consultant

Policy Advice and Implementation
Directorate for Education and Skills of the OECD

Address: 42, Quai Alphonse Gallo
92100 Boulogne, France

Phone: +(33-1) 45 24 64 11
E-mail: manon.giovinazzo@oecd.org  

Manon Giovinazzo is a Consultant with the Directorate for Education and Skills where she is currently contributing to the analytical work of the Education Policy Outlook by, among others, participating in the elaboration of country profiles. 

Thanks to her dual nationality (French and Italian) as well as her numerous travels, Manon speaks six different languages, including Indonesian and Chinese.  Manon previously taught English in Shenzhen, China, worked at the French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore and in a civic startup as Project Manager, where her project was one of the lucky finalists of the 2015 Google Impact Challenge France.  She holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations, with a focus on South East Asian nations from the Europe-Asia campus of SciencesPo Paris and a Master’s in International Public Management and Development Economics from SciencesPo Paris. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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