As a learning practice we value the contribution of our many collaborators and alumni. Here are some of the folk who have contributed to Urban Habitats’ development.
Morganna Davies | Research Associate | 2022
Morganna joined Urban Habitats from a science background having recently graduated with an MSc in Climate Change, Development, and Policy from the internationally renowned Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex. Prior to that she achieved a first class BSc in Geography from Swansea University.
She has a passion for sustainability and conservation. And Morganna strongly believes that environmental and public health are intertwined and strives to further ways in which the built and natural environment can co-habit sustainably in the future, in the face of climate change. Out of the office Morganna enjoys walking her dog, making use of the many beaches South Wales has to offer!
Catrin Lyddon BSc MRes | Research Associate | 2021-22
Catrin has keen interest in population health research and applying this in practice. Her Masters of Research at Swansea University investigated experiences of anxiety amongst people with multiple sclerosis. During her paid internship at Urban Habitats she contributed to a range of projects including working with Public Health Wales on a health impact assessment of circular economy. She subsequently secured employment with Public Health Wales as a researcher in the Adverse Childhood Experiences Support Hub.