Our People

Eleonora Affronte


Academic Administrator


Eleonora.Affronte@bil.ac.uk

I joined Bloomsbury Institute in 2014 as a student, completing an HND in Business and Management in 2016 and graduating from (Hons) in Business and Management in 2017. Consequently, I decided to carry on my postgraduate studies at Bloomsbury Institute, completing an MBA and graduating in November 2018. Being a previous student and MBA STAR representative at Bloomsbury Institute gave me the opportunity to improve my knowledge and skills and deal with different situations with academics. I received an award for ‘Contribution to Academic Life at Bloomsbury Institute’ in May 2018.

Evan Dickerson


Head of Learning Technology


Evan.Dickerson@bil.ac.uk

I joined Bloomsbury Institute London as Head of Learning Technologies in January 2019. I have responsibility for leading the LT team and delivering support for the full range of learning technologies that are used by staff and students.

Abul Hashem


Student Wellbeing Assistant


abul.hashem@bil.ac.uk

After I completed my studies here at Bloomsbury Institute, I joined the Student Engagement, Wellbeing and Success team in 2019. I support and guide our students throughout their time with us and also once they graduate, providing employability support, peer assisted learning and a range of wellbeing activities.

Anna Williamson


Lecturer: Foundation


anna.williamson@bil.ac.uk

I have taught English for 11 years in many countries around the world including Egypt, Portugal, Qatar, Vietnam, Indonesia and Argentina. I started teaching English for Academic Purposes and Study Skills in the UK in 2015. I have worked on pre-sessional summer courses at Newcastle University, Durham University, Bristol University, UCL and Goldsmiths University and at Saxion University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands.

Fiona Richardson


Lecturer: Business


fiona.richardson@bil.ac.uk

A career in local government as a senior manager of two departmental offices and their staff, as well as dealing with a diverse range of stakeholders including local and national companies, was followed by a switch to running my own educational services company. Later, I moved onto an educational management position in a business school where I designed course materials and taught both business subjects and academic skills which I have now been doing for many years both in the UK and abroad.

Achila Amarasinghe


Senior Lecturer: Business


achila.amarasinghe@bil.ac.uk

I have a PhD from the University of Northampton in Destination Branding and Marketing. In my dissertation, I explored the role of stakeholders in brand management in post-conflict destinations. I also hold a first-class Business Information Systems degree (BSc (Hons)) and a Master’s degree (MSc) in International Marketing from the University of East London.


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