I work at the University of Hertfordshire (and love it). I joined the University in 2003 as a student on the BSc Psychology and went on to graduate with a first class honours. I was subsequently awarded a studentship for my doctoral research, which was supervised by Professor Ben (C) Fletcher and Professor Karen Pine. I had initially intended to complete my studies and then to pursue a career in clinical psychology. However, I couldn't tear myself away from the diversity of University life. Being involved in different research projects, working with students, and leading developments in learning and teaching. I gained my first academic post at Hertfordshire as a lecturer in Psychology in 2009 and have held various posts since. Currently I am Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching) in the School of Life and Medical Sciences.
Alongside my academic role, I am a member of the National Black and Minority Ethnic Transplant Alliance (NBTA), and the National Centre for Universities and Business’s (NCUB) ’50 under 30’ leadership network.