Eleanor has a first-class degree in Linguistics & German and an MA with Distinction in Human Rights with Law from the University of Manchester. She has worked on designing and delivering research and evaluation projects across a variety of sectors since joining Cordis Bright, and has a particular interest in mental health and criminal justice. Prior to joining Cordis Bright, she worked as a researcher at a criminal appeals charity, where she worked mainly with the women's justice initiative. She also worked as a communication research specialist at a technology company. Eleanor has front-line experience working with at-risk groups in mental health and community projects, as well as with young people of primary and secondary school age.
“The breadth of work and the opportunity to work with and conduct research into a variety of fascinating areas is my favourite part of the job at Cordis Bright. It’s fascinating to meet and learn from people who work in these sectors and those who use services, and the opportunity to make a real difference to their lives is extremely rewarding.”
Her skills and experience include:
Eleanor’s recent and current projects include: