Dr Jodie Anstee

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  • Qualifications:BSc Psychology; MA International Relations; PhD Politics/International Relations
  • Position:Chief of Staff and Clerk to the Board of Governors / Head of Policy and Strategy
  • Department:Vice-Chancellor's Office (VCO)
  • Telephone:+4411732 83861

About me

As the Vice-Chancellor’s Chief of Staff and Head of Policy and Strategy, I work directly to the Vice-Chancellor, contributing to the delivery of his responsibilities as the Chief Executive of the University. In this capacity I also work closely with members of the Directorate in relation to the University’s strategy and objectives. My responsibilities include:

- Leading the strategy development process and producing strategic documents, e.g. Strategy 2020

- Developing and managing the Executive governance structure and arrangements, providing high-level executive support to the Vice-Chancellor’s Executive, Finance and Resources Executive and various advisory groups to the Executive

- Writing speeches and strategic communications for internal and external audiences, including articles and commentary, supporting the Vice-Chancellor in his role as Chief Executive and in his external leadership positions, e.g. in health, business and regional development

- Conducting research and producing reports, e.g. policy and strategy analysis for the Executive and Board of Governors

- Representing UWE Bristol on various external policy networks, e.g. with Universities UK and University Alliance

- Line management for the Vice-Chancellor’s Office

I also provide high level senior coordinating capacity for the Vice-Chancellor, ensuring he is fully connected with relevant constituencies and activities inside and outside the University. This includes advising and representing the Vice-Chancellor as appropriate.

Area of expertise

Higher Education Policy

Strategy Development

Strategic Planning

Speech Writing

Executive Governance

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