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 Nicola Pulman

Nicola Pulman

Project Manager

School of Medicine

Email
pulmann@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone
029 2074 4852
Campuses
Main Hospital Building, University Hospital of Wales, Heath Park, Cardiff, CF14 4XN

Nicola Pulman is the Project Manager for The Phoenix Project, Cardiff University, a 9-year collaborative partnership project between University of Namibia and Cardiff University. Nicola has a Post-Graduate Diploma in Energy Systems and the Environment and a BSc. Honours Degree in Environmental Studies.

Having worked and lived in Africa for two decades as a Project and Programme Manager, Nicola has experience of managing complex multifaceted projects and programmes in sub-Saharan Africa and UK, including:

  • Education programmes
  • Capacity strengthening
  • Project and programme management
  • Project design and planning
  • Resource management
  • Fundraising
  • Risk and issue management
  • Stakeholder management
  • Community engagement
  • International Sustainable development
  • Sustainable livelihoods
  • Wildlife reserve management
  • Wildlife conservation

Her interests in international development work stem from her work in Ghana where she lived for 2 years, coordinating a conservation non-governmental organisation (NGO) dedicated to conserving endangered areas of community forest. Nicola continued her work in Africa working on a variety of projects for an international NGO in East and West Africa including 4 years working and residing in Nigeria, as the Deputy Director to a UK-based conservation NGO, working with forest communities on sustainable livelihoods and community development projects.

In the UK, Nicola managed a Wales-wide community development programme and she has also worked closely with UK Government to bring about positive changes, as a Campaigns Manager and as a Countryside Development Manager.

In her role at Cardiff University, Nicola combines her project management in Africa experience with her work with community engagement to manage The Phoenix Project.