MET's helpers


MET is a peer-training association run entirely by volunteers who have generously offered their time and expertise over the years and contributed to MET's success. We cannot possibly list everyone who has helped since MET held its first conference back in 2005, but we would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge everyone who has jumped on board for 2018. Do you belong to this list? Drop us a line and we'll add your name. To view our helpers from previous years, click on these links for 2016 and 2017.

A very special thank you to

  • Ailish Maher for co-organizing the choir activities for METM18, being part of the Hive Team, and looking after the Subject- or Genre-Specific Knowledge thread for METM18
  • Aisha Prigann for agreeing to co-organize the translation slam for METM18
  • Allison Wright for being part of the Hive Team
  • Amanda Dixon for investigating ecological bags for METM18
  • Ann King for looking after the Tools, Productivity and Health thread for METM18
  • Birgit Bonde Jensen for creating the playlist, together with Rebecca Warden, for the METM18 after party
  • Diana Balasanyan for being part of the Hive Team
  • Federica Scopsi for looking after the photocopies for METM18
  • Hara Iliopoulou for being part of the Hive Team
  • Heather Hamilton for being part of the Hive Team and helping at the desk at METM18 
  • Jacqueline Lamb for helping at the desk at METM18
  • Joanna Martínez for helping at the desk at METM18
  • Joy Burrough-Boenisch for being part of MET's research grant proposal team
  • Juliet Haydock for liaising with speakers and workshop facilitators for METM18
  • Lisa Agostini for coordinating the podcast project for METM18
  • Karin Rockstad for recruiting and coordinating session chairs and workshop monitors for METM18
  • Kim Edwards-Buarque for forming part of the Hive Team
  • Kit Cree for sourcing the restaurants for the off-METM meals in Girona
  • Kymm Coveney for forming part of the Hive Team and co-organizing the translation slam for METM18
  • Maeva Cifuentes for looking after the METM18 Facebook event page and agreeing to be one of our translation slammers at METM18
  • Mary Ellen Kerans for acting as our liaison with the Anna Lindh Foundation, joining MET's research grant proposal team, and looking after the Credit where Credit's Due thread for METM18
  • Melanie Rockenhaus for helping at the desk at METM18
  • Michael Farrell for overseeing sponsorship for METM18
  • Philippa Bennett for her role as desk captain for METM18
  • Rebecca Warden for creating the play list, together with Birgit Bonde Jensen, for the METM18 after party
  • Ruth Breeze for being part of MET's research grant proposal team
  • Ruth Simpson for co-organizing the METM18 choir
  • Sabrina Voss for looking after the Editing, Translating and Interpreting thread for METM18
  • Sally Burgess for being part of MET's research grant proposal team and looking after the Language and Applied Linguistics thread for METM18
  • Sally Hill for being part of the Hive Team
  • Simon Berrill for translating the menus for METM18, looking after the Business Development and Networking thread for METM18, and leading the Sunday-morning wall walk at METM18
  • Stephen Waller for providing ongoing support for MET's website and for creating the mobile app for METM18
  • Susan Frekko for organizing the Off-METM meals for METM18 and being part of MET's research grant proposal team
  • Susannah Goss for agreeing to prepare and distribute METM certificates for the third year running
  • TIm Gutteridge for agreeing to be one of our translation slammers at METM18
  • Valerie Matarese for organizing the MET display area for METM18, looking after MET’s Bookshelf, and being part of MET's research grant proposal team
  • Wendy Baldwin for being part of the Hive Team

And last but not least

Thank you to all former council members, Ailish Maher, Carolyn Newey, Catherine Mark, Frances Luttikhuizen, Greg Morley, Helen Casas, Jane Lewis, Karen Shashok, Mary Ellen Kerans, Mhairi Bain, Oliver Shaw, Stephen Waller and Timothy Barton, for all their hard work on council and beyond.
 
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