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Dr Phil McCash
Director, CEIGHE
Associate Professor

Phil McCash teaches a range of modules across the MA in Career Education, Information and Guidance in Higher Education and MA in Career Development and Coaching Studies. These include Career Development Theories; Career, Vocation & Calling; and Career Development Learning. He also supervises student research projects and dissertations. In 2008, he was elected a Fellow of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling. He currently edits the Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling.


Gill Frigerio
Subject Area Lead: Career Studies and Coaching Programmes
Associate Professor

Gill Frigerio works as an Associate Professor and provides overall leadership for the Career Studies and Coaching programmes. She leads on a number of modules including Career Coaching and Counselling and Career, Vocation and Calling as well as supervising dissertation students.



Catherine Reynolds
Career Studies Tutor

Catherine Reynolds is a part-time tutor in the Centre for Lifelong Learning where she teaches and supports modules in both the Career Education, Information and Guidance in Higher Education and Career Development and Coaching Studies courses. Catherine is an experienced careers adviser and trainer. She has worked in various contexts in Higher Education since 1993 and was awarded an HEA National Teaching Fellowship in 2006.


Ian Day
Director, Coaching Programmes
Senior Teaching Fellow

Ian is a very skilled and experienced executive coach and co-author of Challenging Coaching: Going beyond traditional coaching to face the FACTS. Ian has presented at the largest international coaching conferences and has significant experience of developing coaching skills.



Carolyn Reily
Facilitator, Coaching programmes

Carolyn Reily is an experienced coach, consultant and trainer with extensive experience of working with small and medium enterprises, supporting them to develop and grow their businesses. She has a strong interest in coaching entrepreneurs though high growth and supporting their personal as well as business development.

Dr. John Gough
Director, CDCS
Senior Teaching Fellow

John is a Senior Teacher Fellow in Career Studies. Prior to working at Warwick, he has run professionally-accredited career guidance development courses, including the Qualification in Career Development (QCD) and the Level 6 Diploma in Career Development and Guidance.



Wendy Pearson
Teaching Fellow, Career Studies and Coaching programmes

Wendy's experience spans career guidance and coaching, group facilitation, leadership development and recruitment. Wendy combines her commitments at Warwick University with her continued role as a career guidance practitioner and executive coach. Wendy's areas of interest include work experience, mid-career change, career resources for people with special educational needs, and team dynamics.


Dr Athina Bastien
Dissertation Supervisor

Dr Athina N. Bastien is an educator and researcher with over 20 years of experience in Higher Education (HE). With a background and research interests in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management (HRM), she has been a member of multidisciplinary research teams and an independent researcher at the University of Warwick.

She has been a tutor with the CLL since 2018 and has supervised and examined Master’s students in Coaching. She continues supporting and developing reflective and autonomous learners, with self-assessment and self-directed learning capabilities, across CLL programmes. She shares the values and ethos of CLL and is personally and professionally committed to adult education and lifelong learning.

Rachel Donath
Facilitator, Coaching programmes

Jill Collins
Dissertation supervisor