Meet the team
Dorota works as a Training Manager at HESA and brings almost 10 years' experience of working in higher education administration. She leads on development of an overall training strategy, aiming to diversify our portfolio to meet customer needs.
Outside of HESA, Dorota designs and makes jewellery, loves a good book and good food.
Karol has joined HESA as an E-Learning Specialist. Having previously worked at a university, he has gathered extensive knowledge about the sector. Karol has gained HEA fellowship and uses a broad selection of tools to produce learning materials.
Outside of HESA, Karol plays the guitar and bass, enjoys live music, cooking and a good book.
Laura is new to HESA and is enjoying her role as a Trainer. With a Teacher Training degree and over four years' experience in education, Laura brings a different kind of teaching and learning experience to the team. Laura most enjoys interacting with people; establishing and extending existing rapport in person.
Outside of HESA, Laura enjoys anything and everything food and home style related and has a particular penchant for diaries and organisation. She enjoys hosting parties and far-too-serious games nights.
Beth is a Training Consultant with over 10 years' experience of designing and delivering training within both the private and public sectors. In her current role at HESA she typically manages, designs and delivers the training programme to support the development of UK higher education professionals, with a specific focus on Data Analysis and Statutory Record training.
Matt has a variety of experiences in training and education spanning over twenty years. He has been instrumental in designing, producing and delivering training and education in both the private and public sectors in a multi-disciplinary context. Matt has also spent a great deal of time developing statistical systems in the financial sales market and facilities management arena and brings a wealth of experience to HESA and the higher education sector.
Outside of work, Matt is a committed father and musician and is involved in his local church as a leader and children’s worker.
Rachel has a history of working within higher education, academic publishing and recruitment. Having developed and delivered educational content within higher education, she is excited to bring her knowledge of the sector to this role, to meet and get to know higher education staff from all over the country and to educate in a new context.
Outside of work, Rachel enjoys reading, baking, going on long walks in the beautiful Cotswolds and spending time with her naughty sausage dogs.