Adrián Sánchez Sibony was born in Alcalá de Henares (1991). His higher education began with the Degree in Pedagogy at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM). He then decided to continue his academic training by completing the University Master’s Degree in Advanced Studies in Pedagogy at the same university.
In 2015, he travelled to Córdoba to become a Ph. D. candidate. He studied the Master in Psychology applied to Education and Social Welfare of the Universidad de Córdoba (UCO) as training supplements that will give him access to the Ph. D. Program in Psychological Research applied to education, health and justice. During this year he published his TFM as the first research article entitled Homophobic bullying: an international review.
Since that time, Adrián has participated in different national congresses on School Violence, Social Justice and Sexual and Gender Diversity, areas that his research deals with. He has also collaborated as a reviewer for the Creativity and Society Magazine and has teaching seminars and workshops on the areas of knowledge in which his thesis works.
At this moment, Adrián continues with his Ph. D. studies at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and under the co-direction of the UCO. Also, he combines his academic life with his professional life, located in the e-learning sector, where he has served as an e-learning Facilitator at the Antonio de Nebrija University, to continue as an Instructional Designer and Head of Delivery Department in the company where he currently works, Global Alumni Education.