Becca works as a part-time Content Curator for nfpSynergy while she pursues an MA in Arts & Cultural Enterprise. Her role involves overseeing the company's blog, newsletter, and social media output, and maintaining the nfpSynergy website, promotional materials, and customer relationship management program.
Becca's time at nfpSynergy has been varied. She joined nfpSynergy as a Marketing Assistant in 2016 to help manage our website and social media channels, and also assisted with event organisation and the development of our marketing strategy. After taking part in the Royal Statistical Society Ordinary Certificate in Statistics examinations in 2017, Becca joined our Research department and led on our research with Journalists, while also assisting on our research with MPs and Healthcare Professionals. She continued to oversee the company's newsletter and social media output during this time. Becca stepped back from research work in December 2020 to allow more time to work on her MA.
Becca holds a BA in English Literature. She is passionate about raising awareness about the negative social and environmental impacts of the consumer industry. She is also interested in increasing accessibility to the arts.
In her spare time, Becca reads and writes avidly; she also enjoys camping, walking, and painting.
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