Department of Zoology, University of Oxford
School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford
As NbSI Researcher Coordinator, I work on evidence synthesis and the communication of NbSI’s work on solutions to societal challenges that deliver benefits for people & biodiversity. I am passionate about science, nature, environmental issues and engaging with people, and this combination feeds into interdisciplinary interests in research, communications, science writing and policy. I enjoy continuing to build on my passion for the natural world and our climate by combining robust science, creative communication and community engagement.
My (soon-to-complete) doctoral research in the University of Oxford’s School of Geography and the Environment (SoGE) focused on the reconstruction of past Arctic sea ice dynamics and climate changes, while my MSci in Geology & Geophysics from Imperial College London included a Master’s thesis on Antarctic glaciation 30 million years ago. I have also worked in communications with the Oxford Polar Forum, the Biodiversity, Conservation and Management Master’s within SoGE, and at Green Templeton College.