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Rebecca Dutson

Graduate Tutor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Rebecca -Duston ,-Northumbria -University -webPrior to joining Northumbria University Rebecca worked within another educational establishment for 8 years where she was an HE Programme Leader for Business Management, a Hospitality Commercial Development Manager and Lectured in Hospitality. Before entering the world of education Rebecca worked in Hospitality Management in both independent and branded organisations.

Within her role as a Graduate Tutor Rebecca’s research for her PhD will be focusing on the rise and role of Social Enterprises and the motivation behind Social Entrepreneurs.

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Qualifications

Leisure Management BA (Hons) June 01 2012


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