Camilla joined BritainThinks in February 2018. With experience in behavioural insight and social norm change, Camilla is especially interested in policy and impact-focused research. She has worked on projects for a number of clients in these areas, including TeachFirst, Arts Council England, Save the Children, the Centre for Ageing Better, the Big Lottery Fund and government departments.
With diverse prior experience across third, public and private sectors, Camilla has worked internationally on impact evaluations of programmes aiming to prevent violence against women.
She holds a Master’s degree in Gender, Violence and Conflict and a Bachelor’s degree in Social Anthropology, both from the University of Sussex. Camilla graduated with the David Pocock Dissertation Award and a prize for the highest achievement in Social Anthropology.