Contributed to The Guardian and The Huffington Post

Completed ‘Content Strategy for Professionals: Engaging Audiences for Your Organization’ by Northwestern University on Coursera (100%)

Participated in NaNoWriMo 2012, a challenge to complete a novel during the month of November


Social media marketing

Set-up and manage social media platforms for the Funraisers Dragon Boat Festival event on Facebook, Twitter, Google and Pinterest

Contribute to the voice of London+Acumen on social media, London’s volunteer-led chapter of the international Acumen Fund

Developed and implemented a social media strategy for Tripobox, including Google+, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and LinkedIn


Starting things

Set-up high-ranking websites on WordPress and Blogger

Set-up Cards by Lucy Fuggle at the age of 13, selling handmade cards at fairs, stalls and to friends and local companies


Tech stuff

  • Completed on Codeacademy: ‘HTML & CSS’, “Build a Professional Website: Build the Airbnb homepage”
  • Completed on Treehouse: ‘How to Make a Website with WordPress’
  • View accomplishments on my coderbits profile



Currently self-teaching Icelandic, using applications such as Memrise to achieve a basic level of understanding

Learning Catalan after living in Barcelona for 7 months

Completed a basic Italian evening class during my first year of university


Research and reading

Areas of interest: effective and unconventional learning techniques, bibliotherapy, introverted leadership

Completed my goal to read Tolstoy’s major works before my 21st birthday


Undergraduate essays include: 

  • Gender on and off the Shakespearean stage: a concept in flux
  • Virginia Woolf’s The Waves: A Fascist Microcosm of the British Empire
  • How ghosts influence the female narrators of El sur and Casa de verano
  • Sir Gawain and the Green Knight arguably presents the hero as a portrayal of civilisation’s failure
  • The portrayal of the female body in relation to the exercise of power in Paradise Lost
  • The relationship between the individual and society in Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s Cronica de una muerte anunciada
  • How transatlantic texts engage with various types of in-betweenness (with a focus on the national displacement of Edward Thomas and the spatial displacement of Robert Frost)