Nina is a Policy and Research Officer at Campbell Tickell. Her experience encompasses both academic and professional research, and she has worked on a range of projects, conducting both qualitative and quantitative analysis and desktop research to inform key decision-making for major organisations in both the public and private sector.
Nina’s role at Campbell Tickell entails a range of responsibilities, including conducting survey analysis, writing policy briefs and best practice scans, and completing work for a variety of clients. Nina has previously worked as an intern at Baringa, a management consulting firm, where she worked on a public procurement project for the NHS, helping to bring together their vaccination programme during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nina completed an MSc in International Social and Public Policy from the London School of Economics in 2021. Her dissertation employed quantitative research methods and analysis to compare the criminal trends of women in different welfare regimes. Previously she gained a first-class degree in English Law from King’s College London and in French Law from the University of Nice.