Working at the Tavistock Institute aligns with my deep care for improving equality in society, which starts at the root of connections between people and groups. I studied Sociology at both A-level and Open University modules and am passionate about social equality, particularly within the areas of Race, LGBTQI+, Gender, Disability, Mental Health and Spirituality.
I enjoy contributing to creating a space where faculty can confidently deliver enriching programmes, and I recognise the ripple effect this can have into the wider world. I support the delivery of consultancy & change work, business development and administerial duties and take pride in conducting weekly meetings where research, evaluation and consultancy colleagues come together and engage in rich, reflective discussions about the complex and interesting nature of our diverse work.
I am energised by the relationships we create with those who we welcome into the Institute and am proud to support events, programmes and exhibitions in our office which often involve members of the wider community. As a creative, I am drawn to the exciting exploratory work that takes place on our Deepening Creative Practice programme and have facilitated the use of our work space for the immersive and exploratory work it generates, and apply learnings from this to my understanding of inter-personal and group relations. I am highly anticipating our emerging Tavistock Awakening Organisations programme (TAO) and look forward to supporting with its delivery.