Lea Jessie Alley


  • LevelJunior
  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom
  • AvailabilityLocked Pro Plan feature
  • ProfessionsResearcher - Editorial Assistant - Administrator

About me

I am a recent graduate from Goldsmiths College, University of London with a Honours degree in English Literature and History. I am hard working, a team player, and organized. Through my degree, I have honed my time management skills as well as my written and communication skills. I have spend half my life living in the United States and the other half in the United Kingdom, aiding my ability to understand the international platform of media.


  • Micosoft
  • Excel
  • Analysing Data
  • Academic Research
  • Analysis
  • Media
  • Social
  • Academic Writing
  • Analytical Writing

Work history



William Swanson (PhD Candidate)

May 2014 - Aug 2014
  • Davis, United States
  • Internship
  • Research Assistant for William Swanson (PhD candidate at University California-Davis): • Organizing notes and files • Inputting and working with data • Conducting research around economic policies • Proofreading and editing • Strong understanding of Microsoft Office and Google Drive


Personal Assistant

One World Property

Sep 2012 - Sep 2015
  • Sarasota, United States
  • Internship
  • • Remain organized- electronic and physical organization of files • Writing up contracts and proof reading documents • Organizing meetings with potential clients • Organizing diaries for senior colleagues • Strong understanding of Microsoft Office • Working with data • Communicating with clients



BA(Hons) English Literature and History 1st Class (

Goldsmiths College

Sep 2013 - Aug 2016
  • London, United Kingdom
  • I graduated Goldsmiths College with a solid 2:1 in English Literature and History. My degree further developed my research skills to a high academic level. Through this I have honed my analytical skills and my written skills. Unfortunately, there is no selection for my degree apart from the 'BA (Hons) English Literature and History 1st class' hence the inconsistent information.