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Victoria Opara

  • Senior Lecturer in Business and Management
  • Email: v.opara@bathspa.ac.uk
  • School or Department: CoLA - Bath Business School
  • Campus: Newton Park
  • Office: CM.229
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Personal statement

Within her current job role Victoria leads the Year One core module, within Organisations, Organisational Behaviour and the Business Environment and is the Level 4 tutor for the undergraduate Business and Management programme.

Professional qualifications

  • BSc Sports Science with Management – Loughborough University
  • MSc International Business Management – Manchester Metropolitan University
  • MRes Social sciences / Health and Wellbeing – University of Bath
  • PGCert Professional Practice, Learning and Teaching within Higher Education – Bath Spa University
  • Currently undertaking a PhD in Organisational Psychology (University of Exeter).

Professional memberships

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
  • Member of the British Academy of Management.

Other external roles

PhD Candidate at the University of Exeter.

Areas of expertise

Work Psychology, Organisational Theory, Organisational Behaviour, Work Identity, Gender at work, Social Identity Theory, Intersectionality.

Research and academic outputs

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Building strategies, bridging differences: an intersectional dialogue about individual and institutional strategies to advance (all) women at work.
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Cruz, M, Opara, V, Hwang, S, Haq, R and Davi, W (2017) Building strategies, bridging differences: an intersectional dialogue about individual and institutional strategies to advance (all) women at work. In: 2017 Bentley Research Colloquium - The Future of Work: The Changing Workplace, Workforce, and Nature of Work, 3 November 2017, Bentley University, Waltham, MA, USA. (Forthcoming)


Recognising the particular intersectional role of ethnicity, nationality and gender within UK white-collar professions when considering and understanding how multiple identities are experienced at the intersection.
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Opara, V (2017) Recognising the particular intersectional role of ethnicity, nationality and gender within UK white-collar professions when considering and understanding how multiple identities are experienced at the intersection. In: Borders: 10th Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Conference, 28 - 30 June,2017, Brunel University London, UK.


The Intersectional role of ethnicity, nationality and gender: understanding how British BAME professionals experience their multiple identities at the intersection
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Opara, V (2017) The Intersectional role of ethnicity, nationality and gender: understanding how British BAME professionals experience their multiple identities at the intersection. In: 10th Equality, Diversity and Inclusion International Conference: Education Beyond Borders, 28 - 30 June 2017, Brunel University, London, UK.


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