Annie joined Campbell Tickell in August 2017, shortly after completing an MSc in Social Policy (Research) at the London School of Economics.
During her studies, Annie developed a range of academic research skills and a clear understanding of UK housing policy and mental health support. She additionally has previous experience working in the charity sector. During an internship at a large local mental health charity, she produced a complete set of marketing and publicity materials. She has also worked as a support worker for a charity providing residential care for adults with autism, gaining a personal understanding of frontline care work.
As a Consultant Researcher at Campbell Tickell, Annie provides project and research support to the team of Senior Consultants. This comprises a broad range of work, including: designing and analysing questionnaires; organising and delivering interviews and focus groups; and a range of desktop research and data analysis.
Annie has been significantly involved in the development of Campbell Tickell’s CultureScan, delivering organisation-wide culture assessments for multiple housing associations and other public sector bodies. She is particularly interested in care and support and has worked on various projects focused on homelessness and mental health support.