Personal profile

Academic Background

I completed a Global Biodiversity Conservation Masters at the University of Sussex where my dissertation focused on decolonising the conservation curriculum. Before that, I studied Geography at undergraduate level at Royal Holloway University of London. There, my dissertation analysed several conservation journals for taxonomic and geographical biases, as well as biases in authorship. I am currently in the process of attempting to publish the data from this as a research article in the Journal for Nature Conservation.


Outside of my academic pursuits, I have undertaken several work experience opportunities in relation to wildlife conservation in Costa Rica, South Africa, Namibia, and most recently, Malawi where I spent six weeks partly in a sanctuary and then in the field undertaking elephant demographic research.

Education/Academic qualification

Master in Science, University of Sussex

Sep 2021Aug 2022

Bachelor of Arts, Royal Holloway, University of London

Sep 2018Jun 2021