Head of Alumni and External Relations gains Freedom of City of London

Monday 31 October 2016


Carole Still, Head of Alumni and External Relations at Coventry University London has recently been awarded the Freedom of the City of London. The City of London Freedom is a prestigious award and one of London's oldest traditional ceremonies, dating back to 1237. Today, the City of London Corporation has a unique role to support & promote London as the world’s leading international finance & business centre, to attract new business to the capital & the UK & to work in partnership with local communities to increase skills, & employment.

Regarding the prestigious recognition Carole says, "I'm immensely proud and honoured to have been granted the Freedom of the City of London for my work in promoting education, employability skills and business networking.  I will continue to promote this glorious city through Coventry University's City of London campus and as a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Educators". 

Carole has been a keen supporter of the City of London’s education and business affairs for 30 years.  Her role with Coventry University London began in February 2010, six months before the campus opened to students. Since then, Carole has worked tirelessly with students and employers to develop and deliver the Coventry University London commitment to deliver career-ready, global enterprising graduates.

Dr. Janet Hannah, CEO of Coventry University London “We are delighted and proud that Carole’s outstanding record of achievement in promoting employability skills and business networking has been recognised by the City of London through the award of this most prestigious honour”.

If you are a graduate of Coventry University London and would like to stay in contact with the University and promote your successes, make sure to add us on LinkedIn, you can find us under ‘universities’.