Ketch Adeeko is a Doctoral Candidate at Nottingham University Business School. Drawing on extensive professional experience working with private, public and third sector organisations, her research focuses on minority entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship, with a particular interest in gendered entrepreneurial experiences. Her work on refugee women entrepreneurs has been published in a leading academic journal and she has presented her research at several international conferences. In November 2019, Ketch’s paper, “Resilient identities: Refugee women defining their entrepreneurial selves” received the award for Best Paper in the Gender and Enterprise Track at the 42nd Annual Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference, held in Newcastle.
Ketch is an associate of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and holds a position on the editorial board for the International Small Business Journal. Over her academic career, she has taught on undergraduate and postgraduate courses relating to Entrepreneurship, Finance and Corporate Social Responsibility.