Everyone across LSE plays a part in shaping our community and making our School such an inclusive and friendly place to work.
We are proud of our diverse and inspiring colleagues - read on to find out how they feel empowered in their daily roles and what makes them feel Part of LSE.
Jo Willemsen, Post Room Assistant
"The training offered at LSE has allowed me to grow further in my potential to be a leader."
Developing our staff Visit the Organisational Learning webpage to discover learning and development opportunities for LSE staff.
Dr Junius Olivier, Department of Economics
"I love that my students are always ready to engage and are infinitely curious about things. This makes for a rather enjoyable and often unpredictable class. They keep me learning right along with them."
Join the education conversation Explore resources to support your students via the Eden Centre for Educational Enhancement.
Eleonora Astore, Course Administrator, Language Centre
"I love working with colleagues and students who are passionate about languages and are curious about other cultures."
Engaging the world Find out about taking language classes at the Language Centre.
Tanzeem Qureshi, Security Officer
"There's a collaborative nature here at LSE which makes everyone so approachable and helpful. This makes me feel part of LSE."
Building our community Together, we are developing LSE for everyone. Find out about our key achievements so far.
Azaria Morgan, Uptake and Communications Officer, Conflict and Civil Society Research Unit
"I enjoyed participating in the Get Active sessions this year... It was a good bonding activity for me and my team and I was also able to meet other members of staff that I wouldn’t typically engage with on my day-to-day."
Supporting healthy lifestyles Visit the staff wellbeing webpages to explore what’s on offer to support your physical health and mental wellbeing.
Professor Nicholas Barr, European Institute
"What makes me feel part of LSE? Collegiality, the variety of viewpoints and the internationalism of colleagues and students."
Continue the conversation Get involved in shaping the outcomes of the staff survey. Look out for opportunities throughout the year.
Viki Chinn, Careers Consultant, LSE Careers
"LSE's new disability staff network is a great opportunity for the School to show its commitment to all staff, to make clear that all are welcome in our community, that this is an organisation that listens to, understands and acts to ensure all are able to contribute fully to and participate in every aspect of life at LSE."
Get involved with the Disability and Wellbeing staff network Email the EDI team for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ousman Cham, Security Officer
"LSE is a global stock exchange for trade in ideas... The people make the difference."
Celebrating our staff Our teaching and citizenship awards highlight the people who make LSE such a great place to work and study. Who will you nominate? Look out for updates in Staff News.
Rachel Power, Careers Consultant, Department of Management
"I've really valued how being part of the LSE Staff Mentoring Scheme has given me an opportunity to share my own professional experience with colleagues across the School. Mentoring is a very much a two way process and I've learnt a lot from those I've mentored, and feel inspired by everyone I've met through the programme."
Empower your career Do you want to develop your coaching skills, or set your next career goal? Apply to the professional services staff mentoring scheme as a mentor or mentee.