Kelly Boazman joined CECAN in September 2017 as the Centre’s Impact Manager, having spent ten years working in various research-related roles at the University of Surrey. Before joining CECAN, Kelly was the Director of Operations for Industrial Doctorates in the Centre for Environment and Sustainability, where she established a first-of-its-kind industrial doctorate programme entirely funded by industry. Kelly has worked closely with academics, researchers and industrial partners, building up a strong background in stakeholder engagement and complex project management within an inter-disciplinary setting. Kelly is a qualified PRINCE2 Practitioner and holds a first degree in French Studies from the University of London Institute in Paris and a Postgraduate Certificate in Social Research Methods from the University of Surrey.
Exploring the Intersection Between Local Governance and the Natural Capital Approach in the Marine Pioneer (Summary Report)
Written by our CECAN PhD Researcher, Betheney Wills, this report details the main findings from her research on the Marine Pioneer, a government pilot programme which tested key principles from the 25-Year Environment Plan.