Judith is Chief Executive of the British Sociological Association, the UK’s subject association for Sociology. She has worked for the BSA since 1995 and Sociology is her all day every day. She works to support Sociology right across the career path but takes a special interest in the promotion of resources which will introduce and attract people to Sociology.
Garry Crawford (Editor and Site Contributor). Garry has had an active role in the BSA for almost 20 years. During this time Garry has had various responsibilities including being a Trustee of the Association, editor of Network, and book review editor for Cultural Sociology. Garry taught in FE for four years before moving into HE. Garry is currently a Professor of Sociology at the University of Salford, where his research and teaching focuses on various forms of popular culture, including fandom, audiences, sport and video games.
Patrick Robinson (The Sociology Teacher Editor and Site Contributor). Patrick is a teacher of A Level and GCSE Sociology at Cadbury Sixth Form College in Birmingham. He has been an active member of the BSA Teacher Group since 2000. He is the editor of The Sociology Teacher, a journal designed to share teaching ideas and subject updates with Sociology teachers. Outside of work, Patrick enjoys playing the guitar, cycling and loves the Manic Street Preachers, Foo Fighters and U2.
Natalie Davison (Site Contributor). Natalie works as a Social Sciences teacher at Queen Elizabeth School, Cumbria, and is excited to be working with the British Sociological Association as the lead contributor of teaching content to the Discover Sociology website. Natalie is also the lead developer on a new technical award in HSC for a major awarding body, a senior examiner and moderator with a major awarding body, Ofqual Subject Expert, and Subject Genius blogger for the Times Educational Supplement.