LSS co-ordinator, Pre-Masters Programme
Academic Writing; researching medieval prayer books. I have presented and published several academic articles on medieval liturgy and devotion. My most recent publication (forthcoming) is "Julian of Norwich: The Inclusive Christian" in Sources of the Christian Self, Oxford University Press.
Host family for a local charity (SASH) which houses vulnerable young adults; fundraising for asylum seeker projects
After gaining my B.A. (Hons) in English Language and literature from Oxford University, I taught English in Chile and Spain and then gained my PGCE and Diploma in Teaching English Overseas at the University of Manchester. I then taught in London for six years and Singapore for five years before studying for my Masters degree in Theology in Vancouver and my Ph.D in Medieval Studies in York. While in York I taught courses for the English and Related Literature Department, the Language and Linguistics Department and CELT before joining the IPC.