Personal profile


She joined the University of Northampton, in 2014 to work with the Institute for Creative Leather Technologies (ICLT) team.

Teaching Interests

Deputy Subject leader for Leather

  • Programme Leader for BSc (Hons) Leather

Module leader and teaching on the following modules:

  • LEA2014 (Leather Technology 2)
  • LEA2013 (Mini Project)
  • LEA3001 (Leather Technology 3)
  • LEA3005 (Leather Manufacture and Sustainability)
  • LEAM024 (Advanced Leather Processing 

Anne also contributes towards co-ordinating and running short courses organised at the ICLT.

Research Interests

Anne’s research interest is sustainability within the leather industry. She is currently working with UNIDO to create an e-learning module focusing on sustainable leather manufacture for tannery profession at the Kanpur Unnao Leather Cluster Company (KLC) – India.

She is also interested in historic and archaeological leather research. She is supervising a PhD project (leather technology in the pharaohnic period) in conjunction with the British Museum funded by the Art and Humanities Research Council.  

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor, BSc (Hons) Leather Technology, University of Dhaka

Master, (MSc) Leather Technology, University of Northampton

PhD, The growth and proliferation of bacteria in tannery effluent., University of Northampton


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