Meet the team
We’d like to introduce the Curriculum Development and Employer Engagement team who host the Future Me podcast.
You’ll get to know their voices throughout the episodes.
Katie works with the Creative Industries subject network. She’s passionate about enhancing collaboration between employers, key industry contacts and teaching teams.
Katie’s background is in marketing, communications and events. She graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2014 with a first-class BA (HONS) degree in Business Studies with Marketing. Katie’s career started in the world of chocolate with Thorntons graduate scheme in Derbyshire and she latterly worked on creative communication campaigns for Ferrero. Katie moved back home to the bonnie Highlands of Scotland in 2016 and joined Planit Scotland where she delivered marketing solutions for a wide range of businesses from SMEs to global brands.
Alana works within the Business, Management and Leisure subject network, supporting academic staff at HE level across the university partnership in curriculum development and employer engagement.
Alana has worked in the training and education sectors since graduating from the University of Strathclyde in 2012 with a joint BA (Hons) International Business with Marketing - primarily focusing on communications, stakeholder engagement, and planning/project work. Alana is currently studying MSc Sustainable Rural Development.
Audrey works within the Science, Technology and the Environment subject network at the university, supporting higher education staff across the partnership. Audrey's background is in Geology, having worked for 6 years at CASP, in Cambridge, as a field geologist and as Project leader of the East Greenland Project. During that time Audrey has worked with numerous universities and a range of stakeholders from the oil & gas industry. She has a BSc (Hons) in Earth Sciences from the Université Blaise Pascal, Clermont Ferrand (France) and a PhD in Geosciences from the Georg-August Universität, Göttingen (Germany).
John works primarily within the Engineering and Built Environment Subject Network, supporting academic staff at HE level across the University partnership.
He previously spent 14 years at Argyll College UHI including 9 years as Curriculum Manager for STEM and Construction provision. John graduated from the University of Glasgow in 1997 with a BSc (Hons) in Topographic Science and has recently completed an MSc in Environmental Management with Geographic Information Systems with the University of Ulster.