Bronwyn Clarke is a second-year MPhil student in Comparative Social Policy and a member of Kellogg College. Prior to joining DSPI, she worked in student government and on local policy issues in her home state of Washington, USA. She is currently researching the practical implementation of relational and capabilities-based welfare approaches by US and UK anti-poverty non-profit organizations. She hopes that her research will contribute both theoretical and practical insights to current debates over social assistance policy. Her other interests include education and technology policy, spirited discussions about anything political (or not!) at the pub, and exploring the intersection of theology and pluralism.