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Group Chair

Rachel Cox – University of Cambridge
Email: Rachel.cox@admin.cam.ac.uk
Phone: +44 (0) 1223 768 971

Rachel Cox

After graduating from the University of Durham in 2012 Rachel has had a number of roles in Student Recruitment, Widening Participation and Student Volunteering.

Rachel is currently the UK Student Recruitment Manager at the University of Cambridge where she leads the team responsible for UK recruitment events and activity for undergraduate and postgraduate study, including open days, subject masterclasses and subject advice sessions. She has been HELOA Anglia Chair since August 2017 and works with the Anglia committee to co-ordinate group meetings, varied training sessions and to send regular updates to members.

Group Vice-Chair, Training

Scott Knight – Anglia Ruskin University

Scott Knight

Scott is an Outreach Officer at Anglia Ruskin University, based at their Cambridge campus. Scott has worked in multiple school liaison roles across the region since 2014, when he completed his degree in Law. Scott organises outreach events on campus, leads on primary school engagement and works with schools across Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.

As the Vice-Chair Training, Scott plans and coordinates the delivery of engaging, informative and sector- relevant sessions at group meetings. Scott’s goal is to ensure that these sessions meet the group’s personal and professional development needs.

Group Vice-Chair, Memberships and Communications

Annabel Osborn – Norwich University of the Arts
Email: a.osborn@nua.ac.uk

Annabel joined the NEACO (Network for East Anglian Collaborative Outreach) project as a Higher Education Champion in Arts, Design and Media at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) in May 2017, and previously worked within the outreach departments at the University of East Anglia and NUA. In her current role, Annabel supports target schools and students across Norfolk in Years 9-13 studying a creative subject to provide information and raise aspirations for students to consider studying a creative subject pre/post-16 and at degree level. Annabel’s role includes delivering subject taster workshops, presentations, portfolio guidance and organise/deliver bespoke activities and events to support both teachers and NEACO students.

As Group Vice-Chair, Annabel is responsible for the organisation and reporting of the group meetings, elections and providing support to other Anglia Committee members.