Anike is a storyteller and an all-round curious human being passionate about creative learning and knowledge exchange, and a big believer in the power of storytelling to facilitate both. Before joining Steps in 2022, she had previously worked in the European Parliament where her worked focused on EU immigration, asylum, and fundamental rights legislation. She has also worked for Barking and Dagenham Council as a Culture Coordinator for Children’s Social Care.
She graduated from Loughborough University with a B.A in European Studies and Goldsmiths, University of London with an M.A in Social Anthropology and Development. She loves languages, plants and being close to the sea.
Confabulations by John Berger
A cow, spending my days grazing and meandering outdoors sounds very appealing!