Hannah is a mixed methods senior researcher who has several years’ experience delivering policy-relevant research across diverse areas of labour market strategy, including childcare, flexible working, parental employment, and health and work.
She is skilled in all aspects of quantitative and qualitative research, from commissioning, to design, management, and analysis/reporting. This experience has been gained across a wide range of research topics, including:
- Evaluation of the early implementation of 3 and 4 year old extended free childcare entitlement (DfE)
- Evaluation of Child Maintenance reforms (DWP)
- Study of Employment and Support Allowance claimants to build understanding of routes onto ESA, commissioned in response to the Government’s Independent Review of Sickness Absence (DWP)
- Qualitative research with GPs on service delivery options for new national Health Assessment Advisory Service (DWP)
- Evaluation of reforms to decision-making in ESA claims, part of the Government Response to the Independent Review of Sickness Absence (DWP)
- The Families and Children Study (DWP)
Hannah has an MSc (Distinction) in Social Policy Research from the London School of Economics.