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CTI Board

The CTI Board will provide strategic oversight, leadership and direction for the work of the CTI. It will bring together representatives from teams involved in supporting teaching and learning across the University and will provide a forum to share and collaborate, to identify priorities, to assist with strategic, cross-functional decisions, and to manage risks and resolve issues.

Membership of the board will be as follows:

Chair

Terry Lamb Head of the Westminster Centre for Teaching Innovation

Members

Anna Haworth Director of Learning and Teaching, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment
Bernadette Kelly Director, Information Systems and Support
Caroline Lloyd Director, Libraries and Curriculum Support
Dan Seamarks University of Westminster Students’ Union, VP Harrow
Emma Standen Associate Director, Academic Quality and Standards
Emma Whiting Learning Futures Business Implementation Manager
Gunter Saunders Associate Director Digital Engagement
Helen Pokorny Principal Lecturer – Learning and Teaching
Jane Stonestreet Director of Learning and Teaching, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
Jennifer Fraser University Director of Student Partnership
Jim McClellan Director of Learning and Teaching, Westminster School of Media and Design
Kate Shurety Director of Communications
Kienda Hoji Director of Quality Assurance, Westminster School of Media and Design
Ludovica Siniscalchi University of Westminster Students’ Union, VP Cavendish
Mark Gardner Director of Learning and Teaching, Faculty of Science and Technology
Parul Modha Head of Staff Learning and Development
Rebecca Eliahoo Director of Learning and Teaching, Westminster Business School
Saire Jones Staff Learning and Development Advisor
Salsabil Al-Siri University of Westminster Students’ Union, VP Marylebone
Sibyl Coldham Director of Professional Learning
Tasawar Khurshid University of Westminster Students’ Union, VP Regent & LTS
Thomas Moore University Director of Cross-Disciplinary Learning and Teaching