Supervisor: Dr Juan Baeza
Research Group: Public Service Management
Project Title: How are university-based medical innovations processed in a Triple Helix setting – The case of London
Year of Entry: 2016, full-time
Shelly-Ann is an attorney at law with three years experience in criminal and civil law. She completed her Masters in International Business and Emerging Markets with Distinction at the University of Edinburgh. Her Masters thesis titled FDI and Technology Transfer in Trinidad and Tobago’s Construction Industry was recently published in Social and Economic Studies Journal.
At King’s she is a recipient of a Doctoral Scholarship and has presented at conferences related to implementation science, entrepreneurship and innovation and the triple helix model. She also acts as a GTA and has lead tutorials on Consumer Behaviour and Organisational Research Methods.
In her spare time, she has sat on various College committees, providing a student perspective. She also works with the Careers and Employability arm of the College as an Application Advisor and recently founded a career and research consultancy; dedicated to advancing the academic and professional opportunities of Caribbean millennials.
Shelly-Ann also sits on the King's Business School Advisory Council.