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Antonia Genghi

Antonia Genghi

Principal Lecturer

Nottingham Business School

Staff Group(s)
Department of Human Resource Management


Antonia is a Senior lecturer in the teaching Department of Human Resource Management. She is an experienced Course Leader having held a number of Course Leadership roles on programmes specialising in Work Based Learning.

Antonia is currently Course Leader for post graduate learning on the MSc and Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resources. Her passion is the development of individuals in their personal and professional aspects of their work-based HR practice.

Antonia’s role enables her to both support and help manage the learning journeys and personal development of our learners to have a positive impact on themselves as well as their employer and society in general.

Antonia’s academic experience is underpinned through her management and development of ‘work-based’ learning programmes, both here at NTU and other universities. These programmes enable learners to develop their knowledge and practice through a blend of academic and vocational learning whilst being employed. This work involves liaising with employers at local and national level fostering developmental opportunities at all organisational levels.  Furthermore, Antonia has worked with collaborative academic partners in Spain to develop and deliver meaningful cross cultural learning experiences.

Antonia’s academic specialism is Employment Law which she teaches to both post-graduate and undergraduate learners.

Antonia began her career working for large high street names within the retail sector including roles in store management and later managing large construction projects of new stores. She moved into substantive senior roles in Human Resource Management from private into public sector organisations specialising in employee relations and legal case work activities before embarking on a career change in teaching.

Career overview

I have been a Human Resources Manager in both public and private sector organisations which have provided me with a wide range of personal opportunities which make my teaching relevant and real.