The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences - the first 60 years
Where we are now and what the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences is doing in the area of quality standards.
Relatore / Speaker
Dr. Anya Hunt, CEO of The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences.
Anya has worked in the field of Forensic Science since graduating from Strathclyde with an MSc in Forensic Science in 1991. She has worked throughout the UK and Europe predominantly in the area of Forensic Chemistry. Anya worked as a reporting officer in Paint, Glass, Fire Investigation and Footwear. She began her career at Fort Halstead in 1992 as a trainee reporting officer and then after working towards a PhD moved North to The University of Strathclyde’s Forensic Science Unit where she was a Short Courses Lecturer. In 2000 Anya moved further north again to become Chemistry Team Leader at Tayside Police Forensic Science Lab. She moved back South in 2003 to work for LGC Forensics beginning as Chemistry Reporting Officer and then into Project Management and latterly as part of the Business Development team. In 2008 she joined Olympus as National Forensic Manager specialising in Business Development and Forensic Applications before moving to MMi in the summer of 2009 where she was Director of International Sales & Marketting. Anya became CEO of the Newly Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences in May 2014.
Anya has been an active member of the Forensic Science Society since 1991 and a Professional Member since 2009. She was co-opted onto Council in 2004 and was Chair of Standards until 2009. She was responsible for the initial implementation of the University accreditation scheme and for the development of the Forensic Skillsmark and latterly worked on Individual Accreditation and CPD. Anya was Honorary Treasurer of the Society from 2009 to 2014 before stepping down to take up the role as CEO.