Supervisors: Professor Katie Bailey, Dr Ricardo Rodrigues
Year of Entry: 2018, full-time
Research Group: HRM & Employment Relations
Project Title: Sustainable careers: a conceptual and empirical contribution
Anisia Bucur is pursuing a PhD in Management Research at King’s Business School, having been awarded a full Doctoral Research Studentship. Specifically, her interest lies in researching sustainable careers in knowledge-intensive industries. She teaches and leads tutorials in Human Resources Management.
Prior to this, Anisia worked in financial services across culture change, conduct risk and compliance at Barclays. Whilst in the industry, she initiated and co-founded an employee Environmental Network dedicated to sustainability. She was also part of The Intrapreneur Lab, an accelerator for individuals inside companies to develop profitable innovations that have wider social benefit.
Anisia is also a coach specialising in career and work transformation. She supports driven and talented individuals with job transitions, managing work overwhelm, and stepping into managerial roles.
Anisia holds a BSc in Sociology from Loughborough University and an MSc in Public Management and Governance from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA).
Research interests: Sustainable careers; employee well-being; leadership development; future of work; culture change; organisational behaviour