Catherine is currently PA to Professor Tim Jackson, Director of CUSP. Catherine has a degree in Journalism from the University of Roehampton, where she was the recipient of the Vice Chancellors Scholarship in recognition of outstanding academic achievement. Working closely with the Centre Coordinator and Communications Manager, Catherine assists with the smooth running of and events associated with the centre.
Catherine joined the University of Surrey in 2015, in the School of Nursing, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences as a Research Co-ordinator for the International Care Ethics Observatory, running research events in the UK and internationally whilst studying as a mature student. She has bought this research and ethics experience to CUSP. Previously the Administration Manager for an EU funded project which questioned European identity within school age children across Europe, based at the University of Roehampton, Catherine has gained a good insight into academic research and event management.
As a mother of three children, ages ranging from 13 years to 18 months, Catherine is very concerned with sustainability issues and believes the work of CUSP can help to create a better, more prosperous world for her family to grow up in.