Dr. Lamees Tanveer is a Fellow in Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship. She is interested in the future of work, especially new ways of working and organising which create opportunities for vulnerable and marginalised individuals, which she explores from a phenomenological perspective.
Her current research aims to examine how entrepreneurial work influences individual and collective well-being, with a focus on work design, knowledge transfer and gender.
She holds a PhD in Organisational Behaviour and an MSc in Public Management and Governance from LSE. She earned a BA in Political Science from Bryn Mawr College. Previously, she worked at the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation and has consulted for foundations and social enterprises in the United Kingdom, West Africa and South Asia.
Dr. Tanveer teaches Social Innovation Design at the LSE and is part of the LSE Social Innovation Lab research team, working to develop new measures of social impact and well-being.
Organisational Behaviour Faculty Research Group