Zey Suka-Bill is the Associate Dean at London College of Communication (LCC), with responsibility for determining and influencing institutional practices to support student progression, retention, and attainment.
After gaining a BA in Criminology and Photography from Westminster University, Zey worked as a medical illustrator within the public sector before going into full-time arts education.
Zey is a qualified teacher with over 25 years' experience of teaching, leadership and management in both Further and Higher Education, and has taught and developed visual art modules across a variety of degree disciplines in several London based Higher Education institutions.
She holds a Masters in Research (MREs) from the University of London and is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Zey's background in photography has shifted focus to use photography as a research tool engaging in Photovoice projects that encourage marginalised voices to be heard in order to cultivate new ways of thinking, seeing and collaborating. This practice has developed into her doctoral research focusing on social justice and the impact of well-intended institutional policy on minority cohorts and identities within the Arts Education sector.
Zey is a member of the British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society and a trustee of the Global Academy.