Jennifer Hurley | Alumni Stories

Jennifer Hurley graduated from Roehampton in 2005, and returned to do a masters in Biodiversity and Conservation which she graduated from in 2009. Since then, Jennifer has gone on to work for London Zoo and the Institute of Zoology, before joining the civil service working on policy for biodiversity, air quality, climate change and currently UK Space policy.

She recently caught up with us about her time at Roehampton, including studying on both the new and old Whitelands campus, as part of our Alumni Stories series. 

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