Gwyneth Davies

Gwyneth Davies is a Clinical Associate Professor at Swansea University Medical School and Honorary Respiratory Consultant at ABM University Health Board where she leads the Asthma & Allergy service.

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Liza Penn-Thomas

Liza has inspired many with her positive outlook, determination, and insightful creativity. She is currently working in a support role with the Subject Librarian teams whilst researching a PhD within the Richard Burton Centre for Welsh Studies.

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Rebecca Vaughan

Rebecca has worked at the university as a Careers Adviser in the Swansea Employability Academy for five years. Throughout her career she has worked to help people realise their potential in relation to learning and work in whatever way they see fit. 

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Rachel Morris

Rachel is an assessment and awards administrative lead in the CHHS and a key leader within the college professional services team. Rachel is extremely committed to her team and the people she works with and is a valuable asset to the college supporting the head of academic services.

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Robyn Lock

Robyn Lock is the current Sports Officer for the students’ union. She is the first female full-time officer in two years, whilst also being the only woman to run for sports officer this year.

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Liz Cozens

Liz is the Biosciences teaching administrator and is also Superwoman.  Co-ordinating the admin for all staff involved in teaching must be something akin to herding cats, but Liz performs this with wonderful good spirit and humour. 

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Emilia Urbanek

Emilia Urbanek is the Royal Society Research Fellow in the Department of Geography. She is originally from Poland and completed an undergraduate and Masters degree in Environmental Engineering at the University of Technology in Lublin.

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Fatou Mendy-Sambou

Fatou Mendy-Sambou graduated from Cardiff University with a Postgraduate Diploma in Social Science, then enrolled on Swansea University's MSc Public Health and Health Promotion programme. She is passionate about encouraging women of all ages to become physically active, especially those from Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds. 

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Ruth O'Malley

Ruth O’Malley joined Swansea University in 2013 and is now working as Acting Marketing Manager with the College of Human and Health Sciences.   Since graduating from Liverpool John Moores University, she has gained over twelve years’ experience in sales, marketing & communications.

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Sian Cushion

Sian Cushion, Associate Director of HR, is a real inspiration.  She realises how important authentic female role models are, and uses her personal capacity to be a face that aspiring women recognise, enabling them to have a voice.

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Ruth Hopkins

Ruth Hopkins is a lecturer and programme director of the MSc Public Health and Health Promotion (PHHP) in the College of Human and Health Sciences. She was awarded her PhD in 2016 and now leads the MSc programme which she took as a student.  

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