I studied Psychology at UCL, where I graduated with First Class Honours. My undergraduate dissertation involved assessing the impact of a digital behaviour change intervention at reducing alcohol consumption in at-risk populations. I also worked as a behaviour change researcher at Claremont Communications, where I contributed to the development and evaluation of an intervention run by Save the Children to improve children’s literacy.
I am studying for the MSc in Evidence-based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation in order to develop my critical appraisal and problem-solving skills, and to gain an understanding of how research findings can be transferred into practice. My research interests include inequalities in health and issues in the criminal justice system, particularly those affecting women and girls.