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Trinity Saint David Sabbatical Scheme Staff

Dr Lowri Lloyd

Language Project Director and Tutor

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Lowri graduated with a first class honours degree in Welsh and completed an MA and PhD before being appointed to the Welsh Department at Trinity College. Since 2010, Lowri has been responsible for coordinating the Sabbatical Scheme courses and she was also central to the work of creating the Entry and Foundation level courses on behalf of the Welsh Government. Prior to this, Lowri worked for the Welsh Language Board and as a Senior Lecturer in the School of Welsh at University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

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Lynwen Pierce

Sabbatical Scheme Tutor

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Before joining the Sabbatical team in September 2012, Lynwen worked as a teacher of History and Religious Education in Secondary Schools, an education officer for the National Museum and RSPCA and a tutor organiser for Welsh for Adults in the workplace.

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Jeni Price

Project Manager and Sabbatical Scheme Tutor

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Jeni graduated with a first class honours degree in Welsh from the University of Wales Swansea before training as a teacher. Prior to joining the Sabbatical Scheme team in 2012, Jeni worked as a Welsh teacher at a secondary school, a Welsh for Adults tutor and Leader of the Education and Skills Unit at The Welsh Language Board and the Welsh Language Commissioner's Office.

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Catrin Evans-Thomas

Project Co-ordinator and Sabbatical Scheme Tutor

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Having graduated from Aberystwyth University with a 2:1 degree in Welsh and History, and qualifying as a teacher in secondary schools, Catrin followed a career teaching Welsh in Gwynedd for seven years. She then became a coordinator for Welsh for Adults in mid Wales and chief tutor on the Sabbatical Scheme before joining the Canolfan Peniarth team in 2014 as language projects coordinator and tutor for Welsh in education courses.

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Nia Cole-Jones

Project Manager and Sabbatical Scheme Tutor

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Nia graduated with a first class honours degree in Welsh, before completing an M.Phil and doctorate in Aberystwyth University. Before coming to work for Canolfan Peniarth, Nia was a Senior Lecturer in Glamorgan University and Welsh Language Manager in Coleg Sir Gâr. Nia is responsible for managing projects and coordinating the sabbatical courses on Townhill campus.

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Kara Lewis

Projects Co-ordinator and Welsh in Education Tutor

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Kara graduated with a first class honours degree in Welsh and completed an M.Ed before being appointed as director of the Madog Center, University of Rio Grande, Ohio. She then became a Welsh for Adults tutor and Sabbatical Scheme tutor before joining the Canolfan Peniarth team in 2015 as a Project Coordinator and Tutor for Welsh in education courses.

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Eleri Jenkins

Projects Co-ordinator and Welsh in Education Tutor

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Eleri graduated with a 2:1 degree in Welsh from Cardiff University and then qualified as a secondary school teacher. She worked as a teacher in south east Wales for 4 years before joining Canolfan Peniarth as a Project Co-ordinator and Tutor.

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Hanna Hopwood

Lecturer in Welsh

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After graduating with a first-class honours degree in Welsh from Cardiff University and completing an MPhil there, Hanna spent five years at Jesus College, University of Oxford. There, she was awarded distinction in her MSt degree and worked as a Research Fellow at the University's Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages. During this period, she had opportunities to present television programmes for S4C (young people and the news) as well as continuing to work as the Welsh tutor at the Languages Faculty and at the University's Language Centre. She was appointed to University of Wales Trinity St David as a Lecturer in Welsh in 2016. She works for Canolfan Peniarth as well as the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol where she is responsible for the Tystysgrif Sgiliau Iaith (Welsh Language Certificate) within the University.

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