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Rosie ( Education advisor) giving a presentation

United Kingdom / Education / Education advisor

Rosie Lugg

Rosie making a presentation
Rosie at the final conference of the EU-funded Project Promoting Lifelong Learning in Turkey
Rosie at the final conference of the EU-funded Project Promoting Lifelong Learning in Turkey The project supported the Ministry of National Education to strengthen coordination of lifelong learning; increasing access to education and skills for adults is a national priority and part of Turkey’s strategic development plans.


Why did you choose to join Mott MacDonald?

Working in the field of international development, I’d known of Cambridge Education and its reputation for delivering high quality work for many years. I chose to join because of the level of in-house expertise, as I believe this contributes to the quality of work, and because being part of such a team presents greater professional development opportunities. Cambridge Education works with several different clients, so projects are varied and interesting.

What is the best thing about your job?

The best thing about my job is being part of a team of people that are genuinely interested in how to deliver effective education and training systems and services, share a commitment to delivering high quality projects and enjoy working in partnership.

How would you describe the culture of Mott MacDonald?

The culture at Mott MacDonald is professional, collegial, focused on results, and effective.

Where have you travelled with Mott MacDonald?

In three years with Mott MacDonald, I’ve travelled to Jordan, Kosovo, Nepal, Nigeria, South Africa, Switzerland, Turkey, Pakistan, Uganda and Zambia!

Are you involved with any charities or volunteer work?

Along with my family, I am involved in charities that support the fight against mesothelioma in particular the ‘Mick Knighton Mesothelioma Research Fund’.  This is a cause close to my heart as my father died of mesothelioma as a result of exposure to asbestos at work. 

What would your perfect day consist of?

Because I travel so much, my perfect day would be spent at home. I’d do some gardening and then go out for a pizza with my family and some friends.


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