Abby Noble



Abby recently completed her role as Project Support Officer for the first national project on sibling sexual abuse, funded by the Home Office and the Ministry of Justice and managed through Rape Crisis England and Wales. During this project she led on the research and production of a report on frontline professionals’ awareness and understanding of sibling sexual abuse using qualitative and quantitative research methods and analysis. This project’s management team was based in Somerset and Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support (SARSAS), where Abby has also spent time volunteering.


Abby has also worked in a variety of public and third sector roles, including on an NHS quality improvement project for high intensity users of emergency services, and for a prominent LGBT+ charity and an international network of LGBT+ organisations across the Commonwealth. She has experience in primary healthcare administration and management, as well as a formal project management qualification.

Abby’s skills include:

  • Identifying and maintaining productive relationships with a large number and variety of stakeholders.
  • Drafting and distributing largescale surveys and effectively analysing quantitative results to produce clear and concise reports.
  • Undertaking qualitative interviews with a variety of stakeholders, including on sensitive themes.
  • Thematically coding and analysing qualitative data to distil clear findings and conclusions.

Abby has a first-class BSc in Politics and International Relations from the University of Bath and experience in public and third sector organisations.

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