Helen has a first class BA in Anthropology from the University of Sussex and an MSc in Research for International Development with distinction from SOAS, University of London. During her time at Cordis Bright she has produced quality and coherent rapid evidence assessments, undertaken detailed analysis of quantitative datasets and conducted interviews and focus groups with a wide range of stakeholders from the breadth of topics we specialise in. Prior to joining Cordis Bright, Helen worked in a national safeguarding team, undertaking research into support services for survivors of abuse and supporting safeguarding case reviews. In her Master’s research, Helen adopted a social determinants of health framework to conduct primary research with asylum seekers and refugees, exploring the contextual factors impacting their right to healthcare. Through voluntary work Helen campaigns for migrant rights to healthcare and supports the promotion of migrant voices within the community.
“I appreciate the opportunity working at Cordis Bright provides to engage with service users and stakeholders from such a wide range of backgrounds and sectors, to assess the journey of their projects and services from inception to implementation to impact, and support their development and enhancement. It is particularly rewarding to work for a company that values equality, diversity and inclusion so highly, and supports the same from its clients.”
Helen’s research skills include:
Helen’s recent and current projects include: