Bryony manages the UNA-UK administrative processes, providing support across the charity, particularly in the areas of finance and events. She coordinates some of organisation’s public events, including the annual Peacekeeper’s Day.
Before joining UNA-UK, Bryony completed a Masters degree in International Development at the University of Birmingham, where she focused on subjects relating to gender issues and post-conflict reconstruction. During this time, she visited New York to participate in Model NATO and worked as an administrative assistant on a research project funded by the European Research Council.
She currently is involved with a Sudanese-UK charity providing educational programmes to women. Prior to completing her masters, Bryony worked in local government in licensing, waste and planning enforcement.