Jacinta Tan

Dr Jacinta Tan is a research psychiatrist and medical ethicist. A Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the College of Medicine, she is an honorary consultant psychiatrist with the ABMU Health Board where she works with the Adult Tier 3 Specialist Eating Disorder Team in Swansea. 

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Jill Burgess

Jill Burgess is an award-winning businesswoman and international travel expert. Now retired, she is an advisory member of several key organisations in the Swansea Bay area.  Jill is a member of Swansea University Council, appointed by the Court of the University, of which she is also a member.

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Bethan Lewis

Previously working in Marks and Spencer and Dyfed Powys Police, Bethan saw an opportunity to work in an area that she had always been passionate about – Equality and Diversity -  and in 2002 she took up her role as part-time Senior Equal Opportunities Officer at Swansea University.

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Parisa Eslambolchilar

The intricate nature of Parisa Eslambolchilar’s research as a Computer Scientist allows her to examine how the ubiquitous computing in communities and public and private organisations can transform the health and social care services for users. 

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Catherine Marks

As Director of Marketing, Internationalisation and Development, Catherine established the Department in 2002.  She has overseen significant development over the past 12 years and the Department has grown under her leadership to include the majority of Marketing focused offices at the University.

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Elaine Canning

Since her appointment as Deputy Director of the Research Institute for Arts and Humanities (RIAH) in 2013, Elaine has led research activity and development opportunities both nationally and internationally with the support of a dedicated team and as a member of the Arts and Humanities executive management committee. 

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Alys Einion

Alys is a 44 year old Senior Lecturer in Midwifery and author of the Kindle bestseller Inshallah. She is a lesbian, married to her wife of two years, and is the mother of a 16 year old son.  She continues her work as a feminist and midwife activist through education and through writing.  

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Victoria Jenkins

The career paths chosen by women are very individual and depend heavily on their own ideas, aspirations and practical circumstances.  Victoria wanted to pursue a career in research, but didn’t want to commit to full-time work. Therefore, having been appointed as a lecturer in 1999, she has worked part-time since 2003 and taken career breaks around the births of her three children.  

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Beti Williams

Until her retirement in 2011, Beti Williams MBE was the founder and Director of ITWales, a collaborative academic-business unit based in the Department of Computer Science at Swansea University.

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Anna Price

Anna Price is a PhD student in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in the Nanoelectronic Devices Computational Group, with her research focusing on NEGF simulations of nanotransistors.  She is also Vice President of Students Union LGBT+ Society, and a College of Engineering Athena SWAN rep.

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Martina Minas-Nerpel

Dr Minas-Nerpel is a Reader in Egyptology, and Director of the Graduate Centre of the College of Arts and Humanities. From 2010–13, she has served on the Board of Trustees of the Egypt Exploration Society in London, since 2013 as a member of their Fieldwork and Research Committee. 

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Sian Rees

Having joined Swansea as an inexperienced part-time teacher in 2008, Sian Rees is now Undergraduate Programme Director for Media & Communication, Director of the MA CMPPR and Deputy Head of Languages, Translation & Communication.

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Julie Jones

Julie Jones came to Swansea as a student and graduated in 1995 in Sociology and Social Policy and never left the city!  She has worked at Swansea University in the HR Department since 1999 and has worked as Senior HR Officer (Recruitment and HERA) since March 2009.

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Camilla Knight

Dr. Camilla Knight is a lecturer in Sport Psychology in the College of Engineering at Swansea University.  Camilla is particularly interested in understanding the experiences of parenting children involved in sport and identifying the support parents require within the youth sport environment. 

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