Oxford Round Table

Shenette has been an assistant for the Oxford Round Table conferences for over 10 years.  In her role for the Oxford Round Table, Shenette manages all marketing and communications for the conferences held annually at Oxford University in England.  She works year around to plan the conferences, assist in arranging the speakers for the events and sends out thousands of invitation to people around the world who attend the conference,.

The purpose of the Oxford Round Table is to promote education, art, science, religion, and charity by means of academic conferences and publication of scholarly papers.  This Round Table is held at Harris Manchester College in the University of Oxford.  As you may know, the University of Oxford is a confederation of thirty-eight (38) colleges of which Harris Manchester College is one.  The colleges themselves are not degree granting or programmatic units of the University.  The University is an academic umbrella over all the colleges.  The Round Table is, thus, not an academic programme conducted by the umbrella University.  Harris Manchester College is the venue, the location of the Round Table conferences.  The colleges, themselves, in their private corporate capacity, traditionally host an array of academic conferences assisted by Conference Oxford.  The Round Table is one such conference.  Harris Manchester College was selected as the location for the meeting because of its reputation, its location in the heart of Oxford, and because of its congenial working relationship with the members of the Oxford Round Table Programme Committee and Advisory Board.


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