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Our Team

Flexibility with constant quality

 

Pete Moore PhD FRSA

Director

Pete has led over 2000 courses on different aspects of writing, in many European countries.
    After submitting his PhD thesis in just over three years, authoring and co-authored +30 papers, and writing over 16 single-author books he created a strategic approach to writing large documents.
    Furthermore, this pace of work has not been at the expense of high standards – he has won six national awards for his writing and editing.  He hold an honorary senior lectureship at UCL, is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and a member the Association of British Science Writers, the Society of Authors and the Physiological Society. He is a former chair of the Medical Journalist’s Association and a former member of Toast Masters International.
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Karen is a lecturer in Psychology at the University of Westminster and an Honorary Research Associate at UCL. Her research investigates how the central nervous system controls movement. She spent 4 years at the Systems Neuroscience Institute, University of Pittsburgh, USA, where she trained in electrophysiology measurements and investigated hand motor control in healthy and spinal cord injured individuals. Karen has secured both International and UK grant funding.

Karen is a lecturer in Psychology at the University of Westminster and an Honorary Research Associate at UCL. Her research investigates how the central nervous system controls movement. She spent 4 years at the Systems Neuroscience Institute, University of Pittsburgh, USA, where she trained in electrophysiology measurements and investigated hand motor control in healthy and spinal cord injured individuals. Karen has secured both International and UK grant funding.

Niall is a writer and editor focused on making specialist material accessible to non-specialists. He has completed a PhD in economics and has taught economics and economic history at the University of Warwick and the London School of Economics. Niall has written and contributed to four books on Economics, Social Science and History, aimed at a general readership. As well as policy papers for major international organisations, such as the World Bank and the United Nations.

Niall is a writer and editor focused on making specialist material accessible to non-specialists. He has completed a PhD in economics and has taught economics and economic history at the University of Warwick and the London School of Economics. Niall has written and contributed to four books on Economics, Social Science and History, aimed at a general readership. As well as policy papers for major international organisations, such as the World Bank and the United Nations.

Jakob has a degree in aeronautical engineering and a PhD in the history of technology. Since finishing his doctorate he has worked as a researcher, writer, and editor on a freelance basis. Jacob also has experience in voice training and public speaking. At the same time as understanding publication from the author’s perspective, he has seen life from the publisher’s perspective, working at CUP coordinating the digitisation of their backlist of academic journals.

Jakob has a degree in aeronautical engineering and a PhD in the history of technology. Since finishing his doctorate he has worked as a researcher, writer, and editor on a freelance basis. Jacob also has experience in voice training and public speaking. At the same time as understanding publication from the author’s perspective, he has seen life from the publisher’s perspective, working at CUP coordinating the digitisation of their backlist of academic journals.


Bella Williams has a background in research science and extensive experience in science communication. ·She enjoys helping people build networks and relationships to increase pubic engage with research and communicate key messages. creating resources and articles, both working as an individual and as a member a team, where she recognises the key importance of ensuring a consistent tone that keeps each document in line with the core messages and styles.

Bella Williams has a background in research science and extensive experience in science communication. ·She enjoys helping people build networks and relationships to increase pubic engage with research and communicate key messages. creating resources and articles, both working as an individual and as a member a team, where she recognises the key importance of ensuring a consistent tone that keeps each document in line with the core messages and styles.

John is a Palaeobiologist with eight years of postdoctoral research experience. He completed his PhD at the University of Liverpool and has subsequently worked at the University of Bristol and the Swedish Museum of Natural History. John has published regularly in high-profile journals and obtained independent funding for his research. He enjoys presenting complex ideas in a clear way and helping others to communicate more effectively. John has also worked as an outdoor instructor and teaches English as a foreign language.

John is a Palaeobiologist with eight years of postdoctoral research experience. He completed his PhD at the University of Liverpool and has subsequently worked at the University of Bristol and the Swedish Museum of Natural History. John has published regularly in high-profile journals and obtained independent funding for his research. He enjoys presenting complex ideas in a clear way and helping others to communicate more effectively. John has also worked as an outdoor instructor and teaches English as a foreign language.

Peter is a lecturer at the University of Lincoln. He has a PhD in English Literature and is passionate about providing students and researchers with the tools they need to succeed in the increasingly competitive academic world. Along side teaching he is editing a collection of essays on the short fiction of David Foster Wallace, and writing on Kazuo Ishiguro, and speculative fiction.

Peter is a lecturer at the University of Lincoln. He has a PhD in English Literature and is passionate about providing students and researchers with the tools they need to succeed in the increasingly competitive academic world. Along side teaching he is editing a collection of essays on the short fiction of David Foster Wallace, and writing on Kazuo Ishiguro, and speculative fiction.

Dr Hilary Guite is a medically qualified doctor who worked for 35 years in the NHS. She specialised in improving population level health care outcomes and research into long term conditions such as mental health, diabetes, cardiovascular and respiratory disease. She has experience in writing grant applications, publishing in peer-reviewed journals, and writing policy documents. She is currently completing an MSc in Science Communication at Imperial College London, focussing on print, radio and audio communication.

Dr Hilary Guite is a medically qualified doctor who worked for 35 years in the NHS. She specialised in improving population level health care outcomes and research into long term conditions such as mental health, diabetes, cardiovascular and respiratory disease. She has experience in writing grant applications, publishing in peer-reviewed journals, and writing policy documents. She is currently completing an MSc in Science Communication at Imperial College London, focussing on print, radio and audio communication.

Dr Rachel Orritt completed her PhD at the University of Lincoln on human directed aggressive behaviour in dogs, and previously studied veterinary science at the University of Bristol. She has a keen interest in public health and risk perception, and has a strong background in Science Communication. Rachel also has extensive experience assisting grant-writers, and is currently working a the University of Manchester.

Dr Rachel Orritt completed her PhD at the University of Lincoln on human directed aggressive behaviour in dogs, and previously studied veterinary science at the University of Bristol. She has a keen interest in public health and risk perception, and has a strong background in Science Communication. Rachel also has extensive experience assisting grant-writers, and is currently working a the University of Manchester.

Pam is a Senior Teaching Associate in the University of Bristol's English Department. She runs writing retreats and workshops that develop research collaboration skills to support research communities in the GW4 Alliance. Alongside this she is about to submit her PhD in English Literature where her research has focused on the socio-cultural connotations of alcohol in Victorian Literature.

Pam is a Senior Teaching Associate in the University of Bristol's English Department. She runs writing retreats and workshops that develop research collaboration skills to support research communities in the GW4 Alliance. Alongside this she is about to submit her PhD in English Literature where her research has focused on the socio-cultural connotations of alcohol in Victorian Literature.


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Debra Dupret

Business Development Manager
Core hours: Tues/Wed 9-5, Thurs 9-1

Debra has experience delivering training that focuses on Leadership and Team Building. She also has a Sales background having worked with big brands such as British Airways.

Kerry Parsons (Melissa is on maternity leave)

Business Administrator
Core hours:
Mon 9-5, Tues 1-5, Wed 1-5

While Melissa is enjoying life with baby Maya, Karen Parsons has stepped in with previous experience organising training.


If you would like the opportunity to join our team
then contact us, we would love to hear from you!