Hannah has experience working across many aspects of evaluations including evaluation design, data collection, analysis and reporting. She has worked on a number of pilot and feasibility studies at the National Centre for Social Research, across a range of policy areas such as the mental health of young people, access to legal advice and behaviour policies within schools.
Prior to joining the Centre for Evaluation, Hannah managed the design and implementation of the British Social Attitudes Survey (BSA) alongside other large-scale surveys contributing to national statistics. She has extensive expertise in questionnaire design, data collection methods, data management and analysis.
Hannah holds a BA in Sociology from the University of Leeds and an MSc in Research Methods from City, University of London.