Arts, humanities and social science alumnae give us a glimpse into their lives and work with film, space law and more.
Dagenham. Amsterdam. The Dandenongs. Karen Walls' career reads like an adventure story and a new chapter has recently started with the release of her first novel.
When I hit 50 I decided to try and write a book. I wanted to write a book that had strong women characters and political resonance.
After seven years producing major live events in the Middle East, Rachel Millar left for film school in the Big Apple and is now developing an unscripted true crime series and an LGBTQ+ short film.
New York City inspired me and brought out a new creative flare within me. I wanted a new adventure and to challenge my brain in a different way.
Neha Gupta's masters programme helped her gain a new vision of finance and was a springboard to graduate positions at top finance firms in the UK and India.
Student clubs like Edinburgh Entrepreneurship Club gave me a platform to hear exciting Silicon Valley talks or to participate in a pitch competition.