Position: Senior Lecturer and Module Leader
Faculty: Drama, Film and Media
Ellie has sixteen years teaching experience at British and International Academic Institutions. Since joining Regent's University London in 2012, she has taught a variety of subjects at the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Level as well as supervising dissertations, business start-ups and consultancy projects.
Her broad expertise includes: Marketing, Luxury Brands Management, Economics, Management, Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management. She is a module leader with extensive experience in managing teams and seminar tutors, developing courses, curricula and study materials. She has also been involved in running short-courses, team building workshops for Postgraduate students, executives and overseas government officials.
Ellie has been a regular participant in university validations, QAA, UKVI advisory boards. She has also been involved in liaison with higher education institutions to ensure the relevance and marketability of programmes at home and overseas.
Prior to her teaching career, Ellie worked as an investment consultant in the City of London for American and British financial and consulting groups. She has maintained her links with consultancy whilst in academia and has worked for a number of small to medium size organisations.
Senior Lecturer, Module Leader & Dissertation Supervisor at the following institutions:
Currently module leader for the following courses at Regent’s University London:
On MA Luxury Brand Management:
On BA Global Management:
On BA International Events Management:
Recent Course and Programme Development:
Regent’s University London:
MA Luxury Brand Management module development for revalidation (2015):
MBA, MA, BA (Hons) dissertation supervision, business start-up and consultancy projects
Consultancy work for small to medium-size organisations - Projects include: business start-up, Investment, consumer behaviour, brand education, employee training, motivation and retention.
Last updated: 08 December 2017