Trustees

Beth Bonini

taught English literature and reading skills to a variety of age groups in both the USA and the UK.  She has an MA and M.Ed., but her lifelong passion for children's and Young Adult literature has inspired her recent involvement with Book Clubs for 11-13 year olds, volunteer work for the Doorstep Library Network and the development of web app.

Olga Loboda

former MA/MSc Digital Humanities student at UCL. Interests: computational linguistics and adaptive hypermedia, personalised and semantic web in particular. Main role in TRAC: the web app development.

Hellen Miller

Chartered Accountant who worked in finance and change management roles in blue chip organisations. She has been an active volunteer in further education and child development charities and is TRAC’s Treasurer. She is currently studying for an MSc in Industrial, Organisational and Business Psychology at UCL.

Audrey Schreiber

has public policy and international relations experience in the USA and the UK.  She has worked on Capitol Hill and for the South Korean embassy and more recently with Asylum Welcome Oxford, a non profit that supports asylum seekers and refugees.  Audrey has also volunteered in schools and other organisations and is currently TRAC’s Social Media manager.

Jo Tregenza

Senior Teaching Fellow (Primary Lead) at the University of Sussex. Sussex University PGCE leader and education consultant focussing on teaching children to enjoy reading.

Judith Vogel

formerly Managing Director of market research agencies Lonsdale Research and Promotional Insights and now actively involved in the voluntary sector working in schools and now TRAC to promote literacy and reading, she is also studying part-time at UCL: MA Publishing.


Acknowledgements

Simon Mahony

Senior Teaching Fellow at the Centre for Digital Humanities at University College London (UCL),  Programme Director for MA/MSc Digital Humanities and a Trans-Atlantic yachtsman. Visit his UCL page

Zanna Olestsik

Born in the USSR before moving to Estonia, and later Edinburgh, Zanna studied advertising (BSc in Advertising and Image-making and MSc in Creative Advertising), and has attended a number of art schools. At the moment she works as a graphic designer and photographer for an e-commerce company. Zanna always likes to take on side-projects to keep life interesting, and has a passion for colours, big ideas that change the world, being busy, illustration, science fiction, drawing, painting, and fashion.

Visit her website.