Lucy McCombes joins the ICRT
Lucy McCombes was Lucy Hamilton when she registered for the MSc in Responsible Tourism Management – living and working in Plymouth Lucy completed the Masters at Greenwich. Lucy was programme co-ordinator for the Devonport Regeneration Community Partnership and for one long semester she made the weekly commute from Plymouth to Greenwich to take the classes. Lucy is no strangers to balancing commitments and juggling deadlines. She'll fit in well at the ICRT.
Her dissertation was based on research in The Gambia, unable to do one thing at once Lucy also provided cover on a temporary volunteer basis for Daouda Niang another of our students while he was on leave of absence from ASSET also studying in the ICRT at Greenwich. Lucy has a BA in Social Anthropology from Kent and a Masters in Social Anthropology of Development from the London School of Oriental and African Studies as well as the MSc in Responsible Tourism Management ? her dissertation was on the host-guest encounter in The Gambia focussed on the bumsters.
Lucy joins us as a trained Social Anthropologist with extensive urban community work experience in the UK, an MSc in Responsible Tourism Management, research experience in Mali and The Gambia and a year’s experie nce working for a consultancy, PLB Consulting Ltd, on natural and cultural heritage development based in Yorkshire.
It is a particular pleasure for me to welcome a former student to the ICRT, as a colleague.