Anna Korzeniowska works part-time at Merrist Wood College, on the Animal Behaviour and Welfare, Bachelor of Science degree. Having worked in higher education since 2015, she also teaches on the Foundation degrees in Animal Science, Behaviour and Welfare.
“What I enjoy at Activate Learning is how ambitious and open to new ideas the organisation is. “
Her work with animals has been a focus of her academic and personal life, as she works closely with companion creatures.
“I have worked for Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, and later spent a few years working as a dog trainer and pet behaviour counsellor. Currently I am completing a PhD in dog cognition at the University of Sussex.
Animals have been my real passion since I was a little girl.
I am a proud owner of two rescue dogs, Max and Emma, and I love taking them for long walks. I also enjoy fostering kittens for the RSPCA – seeing them grow and go to new, loving homes is a truly rewarding experience. “