Rosie undertakes research, communications, and administrative tasks in support of the HEFCE funded Catalyst Project and its Risk Stratification team.
The Catalyst Project is a collaborative partnership between the University and local authorities in Essex and Suffolk. The Project is helping to improve outcomes for vulnerable people by empowering public services to evaluate the impact of their programmes, using predictive analytics to better target resources, and supporting the University as an asset to the local community through volunteering.
Prior to joining the Catalyst Project in January 2018, Rosie worked in research roles for a local Citizens Advice bureau and the London branch of Campaign to Protect Rural England. In 2016-17 she gained a Master's degree from the Department of Government at Essex on the basis of a full scholarship awarded for academic excellence during undergraduate study.