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Black and white portrait of Becca Doggwiler

The Institute for Medical Humanities welcomes Becca Doggwiler, who joins us as Digital and Communications Officer in the Discovery Research Platform for Medical Humanities.

Graduating with a Master’s in International Cultural Heritage Management from Durham University in 2017, Becca has worked in a variety of heritage and Higher Education organisations.

Becca specialises in high-level communications support, operations and outreach, most recently as an Assistant Manager (job-share) with IMH and as Senior Project Coordinator for the Foresight team at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL). Between 2017 and 2020, Becca was a member of the Hearing the Voice team and worked extensively on the Understanding Voices website. She has also provided web and graphic design services to a number of IMH initiatives, most notably The Polyphony. Other past projects have included Kingston RPM (Creative Youth), the Cosin’s Library Project (Palace Green Library, Durham University) and purpleSTARS (University of Reading).