Professor Sally Everett was appointed as the inaugural Professor of Business Education for King’s Business School in January 2019. Previous to this role, she was the Deputy Dean (Quality and Student Experience) for the Faculty of Business and Law at Anglia Ruskin University (2013 – 2018) where she also co-led the university’s Women’s Network and BME staff Network.
Sally is a National Teaching Fellow (2017) and a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) (2013). She was awarded these fellowships in recognition of her work championing pedagogic practice in areas including internationalisation, employability, and inclusive learning, teaching and assessment. She also led a team who secured an HEA Finalist Award in the 2016 Collaborative Awards for Teaching Excellence for their student engagement work.
Sally was Head of Department for tourism, hospitality and marketing at the University of Bedfordshire (2009-2013). Before this, she spent several years as a tourism and transport researcher at the University West of England and as the Development Officer for the ss Great Britain Trust in Bristol, UK. Sally has also worked for Pearson Education plc. developing online courses (e-commerce, marketing and MBAs) with university partners.
Sally is widely published and has produced a significant body of work including her latest textbook: ‘Food and Drink Tourism: Principles and Practices’ (Sage Publications, 2016) and numerous journal articles on tourism and education (including publications in Tourism Management, Teaching in Higher Education, Tourism Geographies, and Journal of Sustainable Tourism). Recent publications include work on community resistance, disruptive methodologies, inclusive teaching, food festivals, and destination marketing.