Catherine is a Policy and Research Officer at Campbell Tickell.
She has a range of research skills, both academic and professional which she uses to provide support across Campbell Tickell’s areas of focus; housing policy, governance and the charity sector.
Catherine has expertise in international development; population planning and projections, social and public policy research and designing, implementing and evaluating sexual and reproductive health programmes. With distinct interest in women and children’s rights; she has previous experience of working alongside international charities to advocate and fundraise for women’s healthcare in East Africa.
Catherine completed an MSc in International Social and Public Policy at the London School of Economics in 2020, with a particular in interest in women’s labour rights, having carried out research into modern day slavery concerning domestic workers from sub-Saharan Africa in Middle Eastern countries. She previously gained a first-class degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Essex.