Bill Carroll


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Bill has a first-class BA degree in English Literature/Spanish from Trinity College Dublin and an MPhil degree in Multi-disciplinary Gender Studies from the University of Cambridge. He has effectively designed and delivered a range of research and evaluation projects during his time at Cordis Bright across a range of topics, and has a particular interest in projects related to the social determinants of health and health-related outcomes. Prior to joining Cordis Bright, Bill worked in a diversity and inclusion think tank.


“One of my favourite things about working at Cordis Bright is the opportunity to be involved in delivering robust research and evaluation that doesn’t lose sight of the people that it’s affecting. Whether that’s working with people with lived experience to co-produce research, or engaging with people who use services to ensure their voices are heard in our evaluations, it’s rewarding to see how our work can contribute to real change for individuals and communities.”


Bill’s skills include:

  • Conducting qualitative consultation including interviews, focus groups, and meeting observations, with a wide range of people including strategic stakeholders, operational staff, children and young people, and people facing multiple disadvantage.
  • Working closely with peer researchers to design and deliver co-produced research and evaluation.
  • Undertaking quantitative research analysis, including analysis of large sets of survey data and monitoring data.
  • Conducting comprehensive evidence and literature reviews.
  • Writing high-quality, accessible research reports, and producing other outputs, including briefings and concise summaries.

Bill’s recent and current projects include:

  • National evaluation of the MEAM Approach, which aims to change the way people with complex and multiple needs are supported to engage and access services.
  • Evaluation of the Barnardo’s See, Hear, Respond programme, which brings together a consortium of national and community-based charities to provide assistance to children and young people adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and related lockdown measures.
  • Rapid evidence gathering project on the flexible responses from homelessness, substance misuse, mental health and criminal justice services during the coronavirus crisis.
  • Evaluation of a programme that seeks to provide support, capacity and funding for locally-designed interventions in neighbourhoods affected by high and sustained levels of violence across London.
  • Rapid evidence review on the relationship between sexual orientation, gender identity and health outcomes.

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