Sussex-born Bex has a background as a cultural communications historian and digital practitioner, with a PhD in Second World War posters, in which she wrote the history of Keep Calm and Carry On (before it was famous). She is a ‘digital resident’, geographically based at Manchester Metropolitan University, where she is Senior Lecturer in Digital Marketing, with a particular focus upon the third sector. She is a Visiting Research Fellow at St John’s College, Durham University. As the Director of Digital Fingerprint she is a speaker, writer and facilitator, including the workshop ‘Social Media for the Scared’, and is author of the popular Raising Children in a Digital Age (2014), which has been translated into Chinese and Italian. She is working her way towards being Professor of Communications and Digital Culture.
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Bex has been commissioned by:
The Church of England, Girlguiding UK, The National Archives, The Methodist Church UK, United Reformed Church, Damaris Trust, Wycliffe Translators (Europe), Spring Harvest, Beyond Chocolate, Youthwork the Conference, Christian New Media Conference, Greenbelt, Tearfund, Evangelical Alliance, The University of Durham, The University of Winchester, The University of Limerick, St John’s College – Nottingham, London School of Theology, CPO, CRE, JISC, ODHE, TWR-Radio (UK & Europe), Federation of Image Professionals, Oasis College, DNA, Yorkshire Ministry Course, ACTS, Media College – Romania, Mission Organisation – Marseille, National Stewardship, and frequent other engagements and commissions.
Bex’s Social Presence
This site, which has existed in various forms since 1997, contains a mix of personal and professional material, including blogs, CV, interests, wishlist, and all sorts – as a polymath (sometimes known as a Renaissance Woman), I certainly have a wide range of interests.
I have a diverse social presence, including Facebook, Twitter, amongst a wide range of other social networking sites. If you’re looking for a short bio and photo, check the press section. If you need to contact me – fill in a simple form.
I have a number of charities that I seek to support, including Tearfund, Trussell Trust, LICC, Refugee Action, Alzheimer’s Research UK, Cancer Research UK, The Bible Society, Church and Media Network, NSPCC, Livability, Mind, Christians Against Poverty, Greenbelt Angels, as well as sponsored events for charities such as Breast Cancer Care, micro-loans with Kiva, Embrace the Middle East via Give as You Live, and supporting other events such as Lemn Sissay’s Christmas Dinner, and those that friends are involved in. I’m also a member of The Ramblers and The National Trust.