Meet the Team
Hi, my name is Isabella and I am currently studying for my Master's degree here at Hope, after recently completing my undergraduate degree.
Whilst in my first year of undergraduate study, at a different university, I struggled with my academic writing and feel as though I would have benefited from a writing mentor service. Now that I am confident with my own academic writing, I want to share my experiences with others so that they may reach their full potential. Outside of studying and mentoring, I enjoy music, reading, and politics.
Hi, I’m Nicole and I’m currently studying a Master’s Degree in English Literature.
For my undergraduate degree, I studied at Hope doing combined honours in English Literature and Creative Writing. I really loved my degree, but it took a while to adjust to being at university. I struggled with mental health and it took a while for me to get the hang of writing critically and referencing accurately. Three years on, I feel really confident with these skills and would love to inspire the same confidence in other students! When I’m not studying, I love to read, paint, and play video games.
Hello, I'm Georgina and I'm currently working towards my PhD in the Psychology Department here at Hope.
Prior to embarking on my PhD, I completed a Masters in Cognitive Neuroscience, after completing my Undergraduate Degree in Biological Science nearly 20 years ago!
I am aware of the difficulties in transitioning (and returning) to academic writing and aim to support you in improving your confidence and making writing more enjoyable, whilst providing you with some useful hints and tips so that you can get the most out of your studies!
Outside of all things academic, I am a busy mum to six-year-old twins and enjoy reading, music and films.
If you are interested in becoming a Writing Mentor, please ensure that you are signed up to Hope Works. You can do this by either popping into the employability hub in the Gateway building or emailing email@example.com for more information.