Pamela Peter-Agbia is a Politics & Economics graduate with 5 years of experience in Arts Marketing and Editorial Communications. Her interests lie in Creative Economy and Cutural Development. She is Co-Director of Nom de Strip CIC, a publication and media platform that promotes culture across the arts, regeneration and creative entrepreneurship in Plymouth and the South West. She is also Marketing & Communications Assistant at Plymouth Arts Centre, and occasionally freelances as a writer and editor for national and independent publications. Last year she was short listed for The Guardian International Development Journalism Award, and wrote her first book, 30 Years, 30 Voices, for The Barbican Theatre, published by University of Plymouth Press.