Kieran Cooke

Associate Fellow

Kieran Cooke has worked in public policy, research and international development for over a decade. He has partnered with governments, donors and the private sector to design and deliver education reform programs in the UK and globally. He currently leads a UK-wide network that works to improve STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) outcomes for young people across the UK. He is a board member of the Costa Foundation, which funds education in low-income coffee communities globally, and a non-executive director at GLF Schools, one of the largest multi-academy trusts in England. Kieran began his career as a secondary school maths teacher in a challenging inner-city school in Manchester as part of the Teach First programme.