Julie conducts and supports fit-for-decision and right-fit research design, data collection, technical analysis and results visualisation/ packaging to inform the decisions and actions of clients in order to maximise social impact. Prior to IDinsight, Julie worked as a Researcher for Cordis Bright, informing policy-making and programmatic decisions on domestic violence, (youth) criminal justice and disabilities for a range of non-governmental and governmental stakeholders in the United Kingdom using rigorous scientific evidence. During her Master’s, Julie also worked as a Research Assistant Consultant for the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), conducting an evidence gap map on interventions to mitigate the impact of anaemia in development contexts. Julie holds a Master’s degree in International Social and Public Policy, with a focus on Development, from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Bachelor of Arts with Honours from Clare College, University of Cambridge in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (Arabic and Farsi). She speaks English, French, Levantine Arabic and Farsi.