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Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects including admissions, preparation of teaching materials, practical arrangements for teaching, general enquiries, recruitment, website support/ management and managing student record systems.

Hannah is a Project Administrator for the Rees Centre. She provides administrative support to a variety of projects, focussing on Data and Voice to Improve Children’s Lives project, and acts as PA to our Director.

She has experience managing a supplemental education centre, where she enjoyed teaching high level math and writing. Hannah also worked as a Discharge Coordinator at the John Radcliffe Hospital and as a Research Assistant in the Language and Literacy Lab at Dalhousie University.

Hannah currently manages the HR function within the Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Her work includes all aspects of HR covering the whole of the employment lifecycle from recruitment to end of employment processes.

Lesley-Anne joined the Department of Education as Head of Administration and Finance in 2021 and has over 18 years’ experience in the HE sector as a professional executive manager providing strategic and educational senior leadership of professional services.

Lesley-Anne leads a growing team of professional services staff, covering a range of activities that underpin the Department’s strategic aims, and teaching and research mission.

In partnership with the Director, Lesley-Anne has responsibility for providing strategic leadership in relation to policy, planning, development, growth and sustainability.

Lesley-Anne is responsible for the strategic and operational delivery of the department’s administrative, human resources, facilities, research support and finance services and is a member of the Departmental Board, Planning and Resources Committee, Health and Safety Committee and Equity, Diversity and Belonging Committee.

The Professional Services community have a strong sense of team spirit and work in a vibrant, informal and friendly environment.

Rachel works part-time in the library and on reception answering enquiries, purchasing books and assisting with library workshops.

As research manager/administrator, Judy’s role is to ensure an effective research environment for the academic team she supports. This includes liaising with funders, partners and schools, monitoring project progress and managing the online web portal.

Judy has extensive experience in project consultancy, co-ordination and administration, working with varied clients from sole traders and SMEs to international corporations. She has specialised in working in the HE sector, working directly with PIs to co-ordinate and monitor projects, including those funded by H2020, H2020/ERC, EEF, NERC, EPSRC and the Helen Hamlyn Trust.

Stacey manages the administrative side of the department’s academic activities. She provides guidance on university policies as well as oversight for student related activities and departmental initiatives.

Heather is a project officer at the Rees Centre.

Heather provides additional project management support across a portfolio of research grants and consultancy work.

Trevor joined in February 2019 as Communications and Digital Engagement Officer for the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). His role involves working with CGHE’s researchers to write and disseminate CGHE policy briefings, media releases, articles and features, alongside liaising with journalists, media representatives and communications officers in the policy space.

Trevor was previously a journalist and news editor for 12 years, including working at Yahoo and the Sunday Times Fast Track.

Catherine provides support on all administrative aspects