Rosa Codina is Senior Lecturer in Hospitality and Tourism Management. She holds an MSc in Tourism Development from the University of Surrey and a BA in International Tourism Management from Bournemouth University. Rosa's research interests fall in the areas of sustainable tourism, community impacts and the socio-cultural aspects of tourism. Her doctoral research examines the role of tourism on local power relations in the village of Pisac (Peru), placing particular emphasis on the various ways in which tourism can alter social dynamics in host communities. Alongside her role as a researcher, Rosa is the module leader for the postgraduate module “Events Management” and the undergraduate module " Context of international tourism".