Becca studied a BSc in Wildlife Conservation and then a MSc in Biodiversity Conservation at Brackenhurst. She travelled around the world for a while getting involved with a number of conservation and research projects, including lion and leopard research in South Africa, Pantanal species research in Brazil and crocodiles in Botswana.
Becca then went onto work for Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust and an ecological consultancy in the East Midlands for 5 years, whilst completing various volunteer projects with local wildlife groups. Becca is a member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management with graduate membership and she is affiliated with the Nottingham Biodiversity Action group. She is also a Bat care coordinator and on the committee for Nottinghamshire Bat group.
Her true passion is wildlife conservation, ecology and practical habitat conservation. She feels that she has the best job in the world at Brackenhurst, because she gets to teach and inspire students both indoors and outdoors, about a subject that she loves on a stunning estate with plenty of wildlife.
Becca feels that there is no better place in the area to study land-based subjects, than Brackenhurst because of the wonderful working estate with many habitats and wildlife. Becca says “We are one big family and the atmosphere at Brack is always positive.”