Eloise Peck

Eloise is reading for the MSc in Comparative Social Policy, having graduated from the University of Manchester with a first class honours degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics. During her undergraduate studies she worked with a charity supporting and offering training for people from low income communities across the UK, particularly social housing tenants. After graduating she continued to support this charity through her job working at the London School of Economics Housing and Communities. In this role she was involved with the Housing Plus Academy, a knowledge exchange programme working with social housing tenants, practitioners and government officials to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing the sector, particularly in the light of the Grenfell Tower disaster.

Eloise also has interests in the areas of health and social care within the context of ageing populations. She previously interned at the International Longevity Centre working on a project identifying the impact of austerity on health outcomes across Europe.