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Kenyon Welcomes Two New Staff Members

Kerry-Ann Milic
Director, Operations

As Director, Operations, Kerry-Ann is responsible for maintaining our operational capability, conducting operations in response to clients’ incidents and ensuring specialist teams are in place for rapid deployment. In addition, she manages our consultancy program and oversees training for Team Members.

Kerry-Ann has been a Team Member for Kenyon for 12 years and has been deployed on several occasions in response to various aviation and other disasters, including Germanwings, flydubai and EgyptAir.

A Forensic Anthropologist by trade, Kerry-Ann held the position of Senior Lecturer in Forensic Science at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge until 2016. Previously Kerry-Ann was a Senior Forensic Anthropologist with the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) in Bosnia-Herzegovina, where she spent five years assisting in the identification of victims from secondary mass graves following the Srebrenica genocide.

Her qualifications include a BSc with honours in Forensic Science from Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge), an MSc in Advanced Study in Forensic Anthropology in 2004 from the University of Bradford and she is in the process of completing her PhD. She has a PGCert in Teaching and Learning and is a qualified Forensic Anthropologist, accredited by the Royal Anthropological Institute (FA-III).

Kerry-Ann is also an assessor for the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences is registered on the SOCA Police Expert Witness Database for consultation in her areas of expertise and is a council member for the British Association of Human Identification (BAHID).



Introducing Sally Kent – Intern Extraordinaire

Sally Kent joined Kenyon as an intern to assist with quiet time operations in all areas of the company. She joined Kenyon on 18 April 2017 and worked with us for one month. She shared the following about her experience:

I joined Kenyon as a Team Member in December 2016 after becoming aware of their work through my Masters programme. I was interested in gaining all the experience I could and they were kind enough to offer me a work placement at their Bracknell office, near London, UK. I am still currently in the middle of my university year and they were really helpful in finding a time that was most convenient for me.

From the day that I arrived I had a fantastic welcome and felt settled immediately. During the few weeks that I have been here I have been treated like one of the team. I was given a new project to help with that allowed me to get an incredible insight into the work of Kenyon during the many incidents they have been involved in and I have learnt a lot about their operation. As well as helping with the new project, I was lucky enough to be invited into various Crisis Management training sessions that were put on for clients, both UK based and international. It was so interesting and gave me a whole new appreciation for what Kenyon can do.

I am so grateful for being given this opportunity, and have thoroughly enjoyed my time. I have had an amazing 'behind the scenes' look at what is involved in being part of Kenyon as a successful crisis management company, and it has been invaluable. Most of all I want to say a massive thank you to everyone that made me so welcome in Bracknell, and other members of the Kenyon family that I have been able to meet during the last few weeks. I look forward to working with you again in the future!