Pamudu reviewed the literature and data related to women’s labor force participation and the effects ICTs could have on these low participation rates, for LIRNEasia.
Prior to LIRNEasia, Pamudu worked stints as a market researcher, academic tutor, and a coordinator of art shows. She recently completed her thesis for an MPhil at the School of Architecture, University of Queensland, Australia. She has a BA (Magna Cum Laude) in Growth and Structure of Cities and Fine Arts (Sculpture) from Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania, USA.
She is currently reading for a PhD in the History of Art and Architecture, at Brown University, Rhode Island.