Efe is an enterprise and entrepreneurship lecturer in the School of EAST. A Fellow of HEA, Efe recently completed her viva for a PhD in Entrepreneurship at the University of Strathclyde. Efe’s research engages with digital entrepreneurs and stakeholders in digital entrepreneurship ecosystems to explore the navigation of institutional complexity and to understand bifold practices in legitimizing and perpetuating gendered phenomenon in digital contexts.
As a lecturer, Efe brings into her sessions over ten years of experience as a digital entrepreneur while drawing on cutting-edge research to inform her pedagogic practice.
In addition to conducting phenomenological research, Efe’s research and teaching interests include digital entrepreneurship, digitalisation, digital ecosystems, digital research methods, qualitative methodologies, and entrepreneurial practices in non-occidental contexts.