Project Team

These are the key staff members working within a wider project team on the Old College project.

 

Dr Rhodri Llwyd Morgan

Pro Vice-Chancellor, Welsh Language and Culture, and External Engagement

Rhodri is responsible for developing and articulating the University's strategy in respect of Welsh language and culture, promoting the use of the language and advising on ways in which Welsh culture and language can be further embedded into the academic life of the University.

He has a wealth of experience in culture and language development, having worked at organisations such as Ceredigion County Council, the Welsh Language Board, Cardiff University and BBC Wales.

 

‌Nia Davies

Old College Co-Ordinating Officer
 

Nia joined the team in Spring 2015 as part of a project to take forward the re-generation of Old College. She is developing and delivering key aspects of the Old College Project, working with the Project Board, internal and external stakeholders, partner organisations and community groups.

She is responsible for implementing important aspects of the Project Plan, leading on community engagement and consultation. Nia also supports events and other activities that promote the Old College as a community resource for all, as well as a potential major national visitor attraction.

 

 

 

‌Louise Jagger

Director of the Development and Alumni Relations Office
 

Louise has over 25 years of experience in fundraising within the UK, having led major capital appeals, fundraising campaigns and regular giving programmes for a range of charities, including Scope, NCH and NSPCC.

She leads the department and works in partnership with alumni and supporters to maximise their contribution to the University's strategies and goals.

 

 

‌Dr Eva De Visscher

Programme Development Officer and Bid Writer
 

Eva joined the team in July 2014. She researches opportunities for the university to secure grants from trusts and foundations for non-research projects. The types of projects included in her remit range from arts projects, heritage projects to widening participation events to capital (building) projects.

She supports the university and individual institutes/departments in writing bids to those trusts and foundations, and maps the university’s links with trusts and foundations in order to identify patterns and build up a ‘best practice’ resource