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Rebecca Lenton

We asked women at Warwick to submit an image of themselves for inclusion in the Warwick Women's Montage and a short description of the challenges they've faced/continue to face and how they're dealing with them.

See Rebecca's submission below:

"I started working at the University of Warwick, with the Doctoral College in January 2020; within just a couple of months we were in lockdown. Upon starting my role, the main challenges I faced included getting to know my colleagues and new working environment; establish a strong understanding of my duties; and navigate the commute to and from work after having not long moved boroughs! Fast forward a few months and by the time we entered into lockdown, I had been granted extra hours to work and my contract amended accordingly. I had grown accustomed to stagecoach buses, and managed to avoid any train cancellations (en route to work at least)."

Read more personal stories on the Warwick Women's Montage page.

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ED&I Newsletter

Charters - including Athena Swan (gender equality Charter)

Gender Initiatives

Data and Reports - including Gender Pay Gap Report

Policies

Taskforces and SIC - including Gender Task Force

* If you’re struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic find sources of support on the Staff Wellbeing Hub and access confidential online or phone support from the Employee Assistance Programme.