I joined the Diffley Partnership in 2023 as an Assistant Researcher. My role involves assisting with the delivery of quantitative and qualitative research studies, from the proposal stage to presentation and communication of findings.
Previously, I worked as a Caseworker for an MSP, where I used my interpersonal, research, and written communication skills to ensure Constituents’ lived experience informed work on a variety of policy issues. Prior to that, I gained fundamental quantitative research skills and developed thorough qualitative research skills via my undergraduate and postgraduate education.
My main research interests tend to lie in the broad area of impacts of sociopolitical factors on individual wellbeing, and span promotion of preventative health measures, development of active travel infrastructure, and efforts to ensure public policy is informed by lived experience.