Dr. Sally Everett is Deputy Dean for the Lord Ashcroft International Business School, Anglia Ruskin University. She is responsible for its quality and the student experience, as well as closely involved in
developing innovative assessment strategies, new curricula and enhancing approaches to teaching and learning within an Higher Education context.
Previously, she was Head of the Division of Tourism and Leisure at the University of Bedfordshire. Her research interests include social and cultural tourism geographies, critical tourism discourses, rural tourism
development and visitor management and heritage interpretation.
Recent publications include: Everett, S. (2010) ‘Lessons from the field: Reflecting on a tourism research journey around the ‘Celtic’ periphery’,Current Issues in Tourism; and Everett, S. (2009) ‘Beyond the visual gaze? The pursuit of an embodied experience through food tourism’.
Tourist Studies. Recent research projects include an Esmée Fairbairn Foundation grant to develop a new UK food tourism website; and consultancy work on encouraging better local business engagement with
regional Destination Marketing Organisations.
Author and Journalist with The Sunday Times
Senior Lecturer in Forensic Linguistics
Award-Winning Journalist & Presenter
Paralympian & Crossbench Peer
Former CEO of Urdd Gobaith Cymru