Dr Judith Bruce-Golding is currently a part-time Research Fellow with the University of Southampton. 

 She has been a teacher for over 14 years and has experience working in mainstream, special and further education. In 2018 Judith was awarded her Doctorate in Education and Leadership from the University of Birmingham, and she also completed the National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership ( NPQSL ). 

Judith is passionate about mental health and wellbeing. She is a Mental Health First Aid Trainer and a Suicide First Aid Associate Tutor. Along with being registered as a Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO), she also works independently with schools with wellbeing projects. Judith has a Master of Science in Information Technology and a Degree in Media, Communication and Spanish Studies. 

Judith has interests in psychology and is working towards becoming a Specialist Specific Learning Difference (SpLD)Teacher/Practitioner. Her passions include supporting Global Majority voices in the community. She is the founding member of the project Nakuona ‘I See You’ and ‘The Cornerstone Project’ with her colleague and friend Sue Brown. In her spare time, Judith enjoys exercising, meditation and learning sign language.