Dr Reyhaneh Noshiravani
Research Associate at the Freeman Air and Space Institute
- International relations
Dr Reyhaneh Noshiravani is a Research Associate at the Freeman Air and Space Institute (FASI). She completed her MA and PhD at King’s College London, and is also a graduate of Trinity College at the University of Toronto.
Prior to joining FASI, she was a Senior Manager at PwC Canada, where she supported the development of a national ESG strategy. She also served as Associate Director at the Diversity Institute, where she led the consulting portfolio, delivering customised ESG strategies to public and private sector clients, including a S&P 100 company.
In 2017, she founded a boutique consulting firm that conducts research and delivers executive workshops on strategic global public policy issues, including a FTSE 250 client in the aerospace and defence industry.
Reyhaneh is an affiliate at the Oxford School of Global and Area Studies and the Sir Michael Howard Centre for the History of War. She was a senior lecturer in International History at ESCP Europe (2015-2021), where she helped launch the Bachelor in Management programme. In her capacity as a researcher, she has also worked at the United Nations Compensation Commission and Chatham House.
- Space Security
- Global Cold War