Puja Changoiwala

MA Journalism (International) – Broadcast, 2010

Puja Changoiwala is a Mumbai-based independent journalist, and author of the widely-acclaimed true crime book in India, 'The Front Page Murders: Inside the Serial Killings that Shocked India'. As a freelance journalist, Puja contributes to some of the most esteemed news publications in India, Europe, China, and North America. She writes about the intersections of gender, human rights, crime, development and social justice in India. Her writings have featured across the likes of The Guardian, BBC, Washington Post, The Hindu and VICE, among many other renowned outlets.

Puja has also worked as a senior crime correspondent with Hindustan Times, India's second largest English daily, and won eight in-house awards for her outstanding journalism. She was recently shortlisted for International Young Author Awards, UAE, and is also a recipient of Iceland Writers Retreat Alumni Award, 2018, among other honours.


Rebecca Kearney

MSc Real Estate Development, 2015

Rebecca works for Arcadis, where she leads a team of 100 professionals to improve quality of life and make a valuable contribution to solving the housing crisis. Rebecca has successfully led the development of Otterpool Park, a new garden town with up to 12,000 homes on a greenfield site in East Kent.

Anil Singh Rana

MSc Construction Project Management, 2012

Anil is an award-winning building surveyor, mentor and international construction speaker. He is the first Mauritian to become the youngest Fellow of the RICS in Africa in 2014, and was the first Mauritian and the first Chartered Surveyor in Africa to win the prestigious accolade of the RICS Matrics Young Surveyor of the Year Awards 2016 in the Mentor category.