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Meet the Education Liaison and Outreach team

The Education Liaison and Outreach team along with our dedicated ambassadors deliver all talks, workshops and sessions off-campus in addition to our range of on-campus events and activities.

To arrange any sessions with them, or to discuss the possibility of working with your institution, please get in touch.

Elita Eliades-Ahmed

Education Liaison and Outreach Manager

Elita profile imageI manage the Education Liaison and Outreach Team at Middlesex University. Following the completion of my studies with a BA English Studies and an MA in Arts Criticism, I have been working in the education sector since 2001 and have been at Middlesex University from 2004. I started my career in the education sector through working as a Student Ambassador and have been promoting the benefits and rewards of Higher Education since.

At Middlesex my focus has been leading the team in managing key stakeholder relationships, specifically with schools and colleges in the UK. I have a special interest in Outreach and Widening Participation work and enjoy working with all of our audiences in the large number of projects we deliver.

Angela Manaj

Education Liaison and Outreach Officer

Angela ManajI joined the Education Liaison and Outreach team in November 2014, after graduating from Middlesex University with a degree in Criminology.

I am currently responsible for organising and delivering a number of interactive and engaging, Business and Law faculty specific, activities and events targeted at college and sixth form students.

Currently studying a postgraduate course in ‘Criminology with Forensic Psychology’, I have a good knowledge of the Higher Education system and am passionate about raising aspirations amongst younger learners.

Please do not hesitate to contact me for any Business and Law specific events.

Sarina Mahmood

Education Liaison and Outreach Officer

My role within the team is largely focused on outreach. I support learners planning to progress onto higher education, those who are academically able, as well as those who require more nurturing and may not have had much exposure to higher education. I am also responsible for the younger audience framework, in which I develop a portfolio of activities which aid students at different stages of their education. In addition to this I deliver presentations, workshops and subject-related activities, as well as large on-campus events where we interact with almost 1000 young learners.

I find my role really rewarding and satisfying as it enables me to help learners make those vital life-changing decisions and inspire those who are young to develop transferable skills they need to thrive

Rhaezelle Valle

Education Liaison and Outreach Officer

Rhaezelle ValleGraduating with a degree in Biomedical Sciences  along with working in Admissions at Middlesex University, has equipped me with a good working knowledge to develop and execute a range of captivating activities for secondary school and college audiences, relating to the Science, Technology, Health and Education subjects.

My role also involves establishing new links and partnerships by seeking new opportunities. I am also involved in evaluating our current activities and analysing their impact on students’ attitudes to progressing to higher education. I am very enthusiastic about raising aspirations of all young people, and being a key component in inspiring them to achieve their dreams.

Timothy Whittlesea

Communications Officer (Education Liaison & Digital Platforms)

As well as compiling your Education Liaison and Outreach email newsletters I am responsible for the development of our Make Your Mark microsite. This site provides access to a range of resources designed to aid the progression of the students you work with into higher education.

I am passionate about widening participation, and hope that the site develops into a helpful portal for young people, as well as an exciting destination for students considering higher education.

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