Angie has a BSc (hons) Geography degree from Aberystwyth University and an MSc in Marine Resource Management from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.
Angie joined Keele University in 2017 whilst studying for a PhD exploring the glacial geomorphology and till geochemistry of the West Midlands and the Peak District, and joined the teaching team in early 2019. Angie teaches across geography, environment and sustainability subjects and gained Associate Fellow status of the Higher Education Academy in 2018.
Angie brings a wealth of experience regarding human interactions with the natural environment as well as skills in environmental education, citizen science, community consultation, Neighbourhood Planning (with a focus on biodiversity, habitats and wildlife corridors) and multi-agency partnership working.
Prior to joining Keele, Angie worked for 10 years in local government in a series of different roles, starting as a Countryside Ranger and working her way into the role of Senior Sustainability Officer. She has run her own rural business as well as working for the National Trust, the Wildlife Trust and most recently Learning through Landscapes, a national charity dedicated to encouraging teaching outside the classroom. She played a key regional role in the National Lottery award-winning project Polli:Nation, training both teachers and pupils to identify and improve habitats for pollinating insects right across the UK.
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