Natasha Heal-Cohen is at Green Templeton College reading an MSc in EBSIPE. Her research interests include the use of interventions for resilience building and poverty reduction in LAMICS, as well as behavioural interventions to promote community cohesion and prosocial behaviour.
She holds a Bachelors in Experimental Psychology from Oxford University. She has previous experience in both programme implementation; delivering behaviour support interventions in and promoting entrepreneurship in young people, as well as in evaluation methods; through her work with UNICEF Jordan, designing an impact evaluation of their social innovation curriculum. She hopes to combine these two perspectives on the MSc course.