Jo joined nfpSynergy in September 2012 and oversees all our general public audience research including nfpSynergy’s Charity Awareness Monitor. Alongside this she works on a wide range qualitative and quantitative bespoke projects for clients, with a particular focus on impact evaluation and research with service users.
Prior to joining nfpSynergy, Jo worked as a researcher for a grant giving and educational charity focusing on children and young people’s issues. She has previously worked for charities including Marie Stopes International.
Jo gained her MSc in Social Policy (Research) with distinction at the London School of Economics (LSE) in 2014. As part of her masters she completed training in research methodologies and analysis techniques as well as exploring her interests in education and social inequality through her dissertation on parental school choice in London. She also has a degree in English Literature and History of Art from the University of York.
Jo has volunteered with children's charities in the UK and overseas. Outside of work, she enjoys making the most of London's galleries and theatres, as well as drawing, painting and printmaking.
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