I am a MSc candidate in Comparative Social Policy and a member of Kellogg College.
I graduated from the University of Bristol with first class honours in Social Policy with Quantitative Research Methods. I focussed on the relationship between hunger and mental health problems among Chinese and Filipino adolescents in my undergraduate thesis and was awarded the best dissertation of the cohort. Prior to joining Oxford, I worked at the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) as a summer intern. I researched on policy options, drafted proposals to the minister and facilitated meetings with external stakeholders. My experiences also include working on several quantitative research projects for the University of Bristol, the Bristol Food Producers and the British Broadcasting Company.
My research interests include poverty, gender and migration. I am doing CSP so I can gain the knowledge and skillset required to be effective in working in the public sector upon graduation. I also look forward to being exposed to new perspectives and ideas during my time at Barnett House.