I am a committed researcher- practitioner in HRM and experienced Senior Lecturer. I completed my Masters in HRM whilst working full time in a variety of HR roles for the Metropolitan Police Service, including Employee Engagement and Communication Manager for a large scale HR Transformational programme. My doctoral studies explored HR managerial careers through a feminist poststructuralist and intersectional lens. Other research interests and areas of publication include; the impact on careers from the changing nature of work, the gig economy, work-based conflict resolution and diversity and inclusion.
I have a keen interest in HR careers and supporting the development of those working in the profession. I have been an active member of the London CIPD HR professional network for over 10 years and I am currently Co-Chair of the East London and Docklands CIPD Branch and sit on the CIPD London Committee. I am also an accredited workplace mediator and am a founding member of a Pan-London University mediation community of practice and service.
PhD Human Resource Management
University of East London,
MSc Human Resource Management and Organisations
Kings College London,
BSc (Hons) Sociology and HRM
Senior Lecturer in HRM Practice,
Department of Management,
London School of Economics (31/10/2019 - 1/10/2021)
Senior Lecturer in HRM,
The Royal Docks Business School,
University of East London (5/10/2009 - 3/9/2019)
Course Convenor Digital HR and Transformation Online Executive Programme,
London School of Economics and Political Science (4/10/2020 - present)