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Director of Education for Sustainability (EfS), Global Sustainability Institute
My academic background is in physical geography; I was in the Department of Geography at Reading University prior to becoming a senior lecturer at ARU. After that, I worked in the Higher Skills @ Work Team at Anglia Ruskin University developing work-based degrees and I have been an independent consultant providing environmental/sustainability advice and training.
My research in the GSI focuses on what EfS means at Anglia Ruskin, including how it reaches students through the formal and informal curriculum. I am also interested in the role EfS can play in an organisation's transformation towards sustainability.
Coordinator, Global Sustainability Institute
When I first graduated from a BA in Politics and International Relations, I looked towards starting a career where I could contribute towards a better, more sustainable world. Since then, I have completed a MA degree in Environment, Politics and Globalisation at King's College, London, and I have worked for Survation, the Ecologist Online, the Green Economy Coalition and the International Institute for Environment and Development.
During my time at the GSI, I hope to engage different people which may not have otherwise been concerned with the sustainability agenda and inspire them to become better decision-makers – which is lucky, as that's what my job is all about.