I work as the Enterprise Education Development Co-ordinator in the Employability service at Bangor University.
This primarily involves working with academic staff to embed enterprise into the curriculum. Within this, I aim to ensure inclusion and accessibility is fulfilled to reflect the diverse nature of students. I am a Fellow of Enterprise Educators UK.
I contribute to research on Enterprise Education both within Bangor University and further afield in the Impact Research Group.
I co-host the bilingual Bangor University Employability Podcast “Be’ Nesa’” which launched in July 2023. Available on most major platforms. Podcast link
I'm always looking to to expand my network, knowledge, experiences and to learn. Additionally, I am keen to collaborate and work with others to showcase best practice, new opportunities and success stories.
PhD Health Science (passed with minor corrections, May 2022)
Study title: Surfacing the Perspective of Autistic Girls Aged Between Thirteen and Eighteen Within a Complex Social Discourse on Autism: A Qualitative Inquiry
Phase 1: Autistic teenage girls and their social worlds: A scoping review
Phase 2: A Foucauldian Discourse Analysis of the portrayal of autistic teenage girls in national UK newspapers.
Phase 3: Developing the profile for autistic teenage girls: co-produced with stakeholders.
MRes Thesis (2018)
Title: Gender and ASD: Exploring Professional's Perspectives.
A mixed method study including questionnaires, interviews and a case study based activity. Based in two locations in North West England and North Wales.
BA Dissertation (2017)
Title: Special Educational Needs: Single definition or interpretation?
A mixed method study using questionnaires and interviews.
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