Ninna joined Warwick in 2016 to her current role. She coordinates the central skills development programme for undergraduate and masters students at the university, reaching over 1,500 students per year. She is responsible for programme design and contributes to teaching. She leads on the Warwick Skills Portfolio Award (WSPA), Undergraduate Skills Programme (USP) and managing the new Numerical Skills Mentors.
Her priorities for this year are to increase participation on the WSPA and define a long term plan for the USP. Collaboration with academic departments is key to achieving these goals.
Before moving to Warwick she worked in various positions in Higher Education. She has been a lecturer, researcher, international relations officer and employability adviser. She am originally from Chile and has had an international career, having worked long term in three countries and visited many more.
Ninna has a BSc in Psychology, professional qualification in Occupational Psychology, an MSc in Occupational Health Psychology and an MBA. Since joining Warwick, she has also completed the PGA Technology Enhanced Learning and become a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.