The Leverhulme Centre for Wildfires, Environment and Society is a ten year multidisciplinary research centre, involving Imperial College, King's College, Royal Holloway and Reading. As Centre Manager I oversee operational and logistical needs of the Centre, monitor the research progress and impacts, support the development of the research programmes, lead the Centre communications, and build networks and collaborations. I work three days a week at Imperial and two days at King's.
My background is in environmental sciences, predominantly in relationships between society and the environment, including health and well-being, attitudes and values, and sustainable development. Prior to joining the Centre, I have worked on wetlands, fisheries/coastal communities, invasive species, ecosystem services, and community-based wildlife management.
PGCAP, University of York (2013)
PhD, Env. Management, University of York (2012)
MSc, Env. Technology, Imperial College London (2005)
BA, Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge (2003)
Research Fellow, University of Greenwich (2015-2019)
Teaching and Research Fellow, Environment Department, University of York (2011-2015)
Research and Communications Officer, Mpingo Conservation & Development Initiative, Tanzania (2006-2007)
Memberships and Committees
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society
Committee Member of the RGS Coastal and Marine Research Group