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My name is Emma Jones. I'm a researcher and SenseMaker practitioner who currently leads the Power, Discrimination and Conflict programme at the Cynefin Centre and co-created Project Numinous. I am also a PhD student at the Centre for Violence Prevention at Worcester, United Kingdom exploring how coercive control is represented in law.

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Emma holds a BSc in Psychology and MSc in Psychological Research, specialising in Cognitive Neuroscience. Emma was offered the first internship at the Cynefin Centre in 2016 and has been working as a researcher and SenseMaker® practitioner ever since. During her work at The Cynefin Centre, she has led SenseMaker® projects around the globe within governance and policy, meaning-making, health, mental health and well-being, organisational culture and development, discrimination, and economic growth and social justice in developing countries.

In 2020 Emma launched, and continues to lead, two Centre research programmes: Project Numinous, which focuses on the role of religion, spirituality and transcendence in the modern world; and: Discrimination, Power and Conflict. Emma is passionate about the prevention of domestic violence and is currently studying a part-time PhD at The Centre for Violence Prevention at the University of Worcester, UK, challenging how coercive control is policed.