Last week, three RMS alumnae returned to share their valuable insights and experiences with Year 12 students during a captivating careers talk.

Amongst them was Liz Saul (Class of 1996), who graduated with a BA (Hons) in Politics from the University of Westminster, and who now works for the BBC. She discussed her journey from politics into media, journalism and broadcasting, and spoke about transferable skills.

Daniella Moses (Class of 2014), told how she started out in fashion, working for iconic brands such as Ted Baker and Ralph Lauren, firstly as a Buyer, and then moving into HR. She now works at British Airways in Recruitment and Development, and so she had some interesting insights to share about career transitioning.

Imogen van Jaarsveldt, who is currently pursuing a double PhD, shared her academic journey, which has taken her across continents from Durham University to the University of Melbourne in Australia.

Imogen spoke of her dedication to psychology, and her passion for research, and travel.

Each one of our alumnae provided invaluable insights into their respective fields, highlighting some of the diverse pathways available after moving on from RMS.

A big thank you to Liz, Daniella and Imogen for taking time out of their busy schedules to share these invaluable life experiences with our students.

Thank you to our Development and Careers Departments for organising these events regularly.

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