I joined Cambridge University Press & Assessment in 2018 as a Research Assistant to the Cambridge Maths team, where I explored various areas of mathematics education, including how the education community perceived existing definitions of mathematical keywords. In 2021, I joined the Education and Curriculum team at ARD as a Research Officer.
My current research interests include international curricula and education systems, curriculum development, learning, non-formality in education, and more applied research that can be used to support teachers and learners. I am also responsible for coordinating the Qualitative Methods Special Interest Group.
I hold a BSc in Psychology from Royal Holloway University of London, a PGCE in Psychology (14-19) from the University of Sussex and a MSc in Research Methods in Psychology from the University of Kent. I have worked and volunteered across secondary schools, colleges and universities in various capacities, including teaching and outreach.
I am a Fellow of the International Society for Design and Development in Education (ISDDE), and a supervisor on the Postgraduate Advanced Certificate in Educational Studies (PACES) course run by the University of Cambridge in collaboration with Cambridge University Press & Assessment.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, walking my dog, and reading.