Professor of Education, Notre Dame Institute of Education
Professor Dr Margaret Madden is an Australian academic who has had a long career in education during which she has moved across classroom teaching and school administration, education systems level development and administration to university level teaching, research and administration. In 1995 she moved to Pakistan and since then has been involved in the regrowth of an educational research culture in the country through the development of researchers at master and doctoral levels as well as early career researchers, particularly amongst the faculty of Notre Dame Institute of Education (NDIE), where she held the position of Director for 10 years, and Iqra University. Dr Madden has contributed to the country through her service in key educational positions including, the Sindh Teacher Education Development Authority, the Board of Studies (Arts Education) University of Karachi, Board of Studies (Education and Learning Sciences) IQRA University; the Board of Governors of NDIE, the Catholic Board of Education, Karachi, the Board of Management of the Programme Officer for Education (Catholic Education), the Teachers Resource Centre. She is currently an International Sessional Faculty member of NDIE, Karachi; Honorary Fellow of Australian Catholic University; and International Sessional Fellow of Faculty of Education and Learning Sciences, IQRA University, Karachi.