Rabi’ah’s training in the social sciences came through the discipline of Geography. Her professional background is in education and public policy planning. As an educator, she taught Geography at the secondary and JC levels, conducted teacher training and developed curriculum for secondary-level Geography, and managed the environmental education programme for an international conservation NGO. Subsequently, she gained more than six years of experience in public policy planning at a statutory board. However, her interest in designing effective learning continues, leading her to pursue a Master of Adult Learning at the Singapore University of Social Sciences (2022). Her research interests lie in social and education policies, particularly as affecting the Malay-Muslim community in Singapore.
She is supporting Harvey, Sam and team on the “Underemployment of Workers” and “Enabling Meaningful Human-Wildlife Interactions in Urban Singapore” projects.
- Master of Adult Learning, Singapore University of Social Sciences (2022)
- Master of Arts (Muslim World Issues), International Islamic University of Malaysia (2013)
- Postgraduate Diploma in Education, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University (2004)
- Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Geography, University College London (2003)