Penny Roberts, a graduate of Swansea University, is a journalist and media consultant who spent much of her career working as BBC Wales' Chief Reporter. She is one of Wales's most respected and well known television journalists and presenters, with a BBC career that spanned more than two decades.
Originally starting a Maths degree at the University of Bath, Kelly soon realised that the reason she was jealous of others studying Sport and Exercise Science was because that was in fact what she wanted to do! She believes that working in Sports Science is the perfect way to integrate her passion for science with her hobbies.
Ann John is a Clinical Academic - both a medical doctor and a university academic. Due to family commitments she works part-time as an Honorary Consultant in public health medicine for Public Health Wales and an Associate Professor of public mental health in the College of Medicine.
Dr Anne Lauppe-Dunbar is a writer and lecturer in Creative Writing. She initiated and co-wrote the two successful Undergraduate Creative Writing Modules in collaboration with the Literature and American Studies Department. Her debut novel, Dark Mermaids, will be published in September 2015.
Currently the Deputy-Head of the Department of Postgraduate Legal Studies, Dr Nikaki first joined the School of Law in 2005 as a Lecturer and was promoted to Associate Professor in 2013. She is a graduate of the Aristotle University of Thessalonica (LLB and LLM in Commercial and Economic Law with distinction).
Karen is an Associate Professor within the Institute of Structural Materials, and Honorary Editor of Engineering Integrity, the Journal of the Engineering Integrity Society. Her research focuses on a range of topics around advanced materials for aerospace and power generation.
Evelien Bracke works as a lecturer and Employability and Schools Liaison Officer in the Department of History and Classics. She mainly teaches ancient languages and pedagogy. Her PhD, done at NUI Maynooth (Ireland), explored the development of two ancient Greek mythological figures: Medea and Circe.
Dr Tracey Sagar and Debbie Jones are lecturers and researchers with the Centre for Criminal Justice and Criminology. They lead an innovative project titled The Student Sex Work Project, which is is the first large scale project seeking to understand students experience, motivations and Higher Education responses to sex work.
After completing an undergraduate degree in computer science at Swansea University Kaushalya moved to the industry briefly and then went on to read a masters at the University of Oxford. Currently she works for the London Stock Exchange Group within their technology sector.