As a Senior Project Manager in Renaisi’s Consultancy team, I lead on a range of research and evaluation projects and on learning partnerships with clients such as the London Borough of Camden, City Bridge Trust, Power to Change, Spirit of 2012 and more.
My experience and skills
I am a social impact specialist. I have experience supporting governments, charitable funders, and charities to understand and improve the impact of their programmes or policies.
Before joining Renaisi, I led the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning team of youth development and violence prevention charity working across the UK, Jamaica, South Africa and Brazil. In this role, I also delivered training and capacity-building support to a range of charity partners.
Prior to this, my experience was in the consultancy sector. I worked at EY, both in Australia and Colombia, where I conducted impact and process evaluations and provided advisory services to public sector clients. For instance, in Australia, I led the social return on investment (SROI) evaluation of a volunteer home-visiting programme, and conducted the process evaluation of a child protection public policy for the Department of Family and Community Services.
I also worked as a consultant in the international development sector, where I provided advisory services in results-based financing and performance management. For instance, I supported the Moroccan Employment Agency to improve the results of its employability programmes.
I have experience with quantitative and qualitative research methodologies and am used to conducting engaging and productive meetings, workshops, and training sessions with a wide range of audiences.
I have experience across various social sectors, my main areas of expertise being employability, youth development and violence prevention. I hold a Master’s degree in International Development and a Bachelor’s degree in Political and Social Sciences from SciencesPo Paris.
Outside of work, I enjoy travelling, socialising, and spending time in nature – on horseback preferably!