PhD, MA, BA
Staff Development Officer
I began my role as Staff Development Officer in October 2016, and I will be contributing to the strategic direction, organisation, and implementation of the Staff Development Plan. My responsibilities include being part of the 2018 Athena SWAN application, but the initiative extends far beyond gender equality and I will be working across the department, helping to improve the development provisions for all staff and students.
Prior to joining NDCN, I completed a PhD in early nineteenth-century French women's writing at the University of Bristol. My thesis explored the intersection of gender and nationhood, as well as other protected characteristics, which allows me to bring an academic perspective to the issues faced within my Staff Development role. My academic profile and publications can be viewed here. Alongside my research activities, I was heavily involved in public engagement, working on outreach schemes and organising events through the University of Bristol, Translators in Schools, The Brilliant Club, and Routes into Languages.