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Alexandra Williams

Alex Williams.jpgRole: Research Programme Manager

Institution: WISERD Hub, Cardiff University

E-mail: WilliamsAM9@cardiff.ac.uk

Telephone: +44 (0)29 208 79710

Alex is responsible for providing strategic oversight, coordination and delivery of WISERD research programmes. 

Alex has worked at Cardiff University for over eight years in Research Support and Project Management roles, mostly within the Cardiff School of Social Sciences.  Her experience includes roles at the Masters in Educational Practice (MEP) funded by Welsh Government; the Network of Experts on Social Aspects of Education and Training (NESET) funded by the European Commission; and at supporting research and capacity building at WISERD . Prior to Cardiff University, Alex worked at the Financial Services Authority (FSA) where she assisted with the development of the FSA's regulatory policy and advised regulated financial firms and FSA staff on FSA Training and Competence rules. 

Alex holds a BA (Hons) in Geography from Exeter University and an NVQ in Business Administration.  

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