The Convergence Steering Committee (TCSC) 2021

The Convergence Steering Committee acts as a conduit between alumnae and the Homeward Bound leadership, to facilitate connection and information exchange, to offer support to new cohorts, to provide updates about what alumnae are up to and how alumnae can get involved in Homeward Bound projects. The Committee consists of 10 members from across all graduate cohorts. They connect to alumnae via social media, quarterly newsletters and other communication platforms.

Learn more about TCSC here

Reach out to them to learn more or to share your news with the Homeward Bound network:

Alex Jenkin
Cohort: HB4
Located: Cambridge, UK
Background: British
Current role: Project Manager at Gatsby Plant Science Education Programme

Anabella Palacios
Cohort: HB3
Located: USA
Background: Argentinian
Current role: Urban Planner

Blanca Bernal
Cohort: HB4
Located: Virginia, USA
Background: Spanish
About: International expert in carbon & greenhouse gas accounting & ecosystem services

Gaia Dell’Ariccia
Cohort: HB2
Located: France then New Zealand
Background: Italian
Current role: Conservation scientist, seabirds

Jana Schniete
Cohort: HB4
Located: Ormskirk, UK
Background: German
Current role: Postdoctoral Researcher in Bacterial Metabolism

Lauren Sandon
Cohort: HB1
Located: Perth, Australia
Background: Australian
Current role: Environmental Scientist (Mining)

Madeleine Hann
Cohort: HB3
Location: Machester, UK
Background: UK
Current role: Geomorphology Doctoral Researcher


Mette Hoé
Cohort: HB3
Located: Wellington, New Zealand
Background: Danish
Current role: Managing Director at HOE360 Consulting

Samantha Reynolds
Cohort: HB2
Located: Brisbane, Australia
Background: Australian
Current role: PhD Candidate in Movement Ecology at The University of Queensland and Researcher with ECOCEAN Inc.

Stephanie Langerock
Cohort: HB3
Located: Belgium
Current role: Senior International Relations Officer, Belgian Federal Public Service for Public Health, Food Chain Safety & Environment.



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