Tedd Moya Mose, 39

Oxford Martin Fellow, University of Oxford
My Story

Tedd, a very hopeful Arsenal fan with a healthy respect for snakes, is an Oxford Martin Fellow at the University of Oxford, working with the Integrate Project.

Being the only lawyer on the Integrate Project, his work involves reviewing law, policy, and regulations when it comes to integrating renewable energy technologies into energy systems. Additionally, he is a trustee in education trusts, a director of a cyber security firm, and a mentor for start-ups.

“In high school, I was always that student who was clueless about a preferred career path. I ended up in law partly because of my teachers’ influence and a desire to pursue a career that would give me a wide range of options. I practiced law in Kenya before moving to the UK six years ago and changing my career from a practitioner to an academic so that I could give back to society by researching and teaching at the University of Oxford.”

Tedd, 39, is a holder of a Master’s degree in Energy and Natural Resources Law and a PhD in International Energy Law and Policy.

"“In high school, I was always that student who was clueless about a preferred career path. I ended up in law partly because of my teachers’ influence and a desire to pursue a career that would give me a wide range of options.""

Collins Kariuki