Michelle graduated from UMIST with a degree in Chemical Engineering and began her working life in the nuclear industry, where she specialised on technical assessments concerned with the management and disposal of radioactive waste. In 2001 she graduated with distinction from Manchester Business School with an MBA. She joined Risk Solutions in 1999, left in 2001 to work for an investment bank as a credit analyst, and returned in 2002, attracted by the variety of project experience its customers offer, and the opportunity to work with a great team of people! A senior consultant and project manager, she has high-level analytical skills, combining qualitative and quantitative abilities with a practical approach to problem-solving.
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.