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Anwen Rosser McConochie

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Role: Administrator, WISERD Centre for Welsh Politics and Society, and Centre for Excellence in Rural Health research

Institution: Aberystwyth University

E-mail: anm69@aber.ac.uk

Anwen graduated from Trinity and Central College, Iowa with a BA Honors degree before teaching in Geneva for 12 months. Returning to London, working for the BBC as a researcher and producer within the Education Department, CBBC and Cbeebies before accepting a role within BBC Wales, Cardiff.  Anwen has been freelancing as an events manager, marketing and editor within the games industry for Sony,(PS4 and PS4 VR) Microsoft, (Xbox One) BBC and S4C for the last few years before joining Aberystwyth University as an administrator for WISERD Centre for Welsh Politics and Society, and Centre for Excellence in Rural Health Research.

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