Amy Beale is Education and Outreach Manager with FRAME.
Amy graduated from De Montfort University in 1999 with a BSc (Hons) in Equine Science. After completing a PGCE at the University of Nottingham in 2002, Amy became a secondary school science teacher. Amy has in total over 17 years’ experience teaching GCSE Science and A-level Biology.
Her passion for animal welfare led to her leaving the classroom from 2010 – 2012 to work for RSPCA Education. Amy enjoyed educating young people and teachers, about the ethical dilemmas that often encompass animal welfare topics. One of these was the importance of the 3Rs philosophy when making decisions about using animals in biomedical testing. She is an advocate for high quality, robust science and the important role education, training and communication play in sharing good practice.
Amy joined FRAME in 2018 at Scientific Liaison Officer before becoming Education and Outreach Manager in April 2021. Amy is excited to be a position where she can help promote FRAME’s vision, research and key messages so that we can continue to move towards a world where animals are no longer needed in testing.
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