David joined the EIF in July 2016 as Operations Manager. David has sixteen years’ experience in the charity and non-profit sector; he worked for a decade at Cancer Research UK in research and grants finance operations before managing charitable Trusts for The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
Before joining EIF, Inês completed a PhD at King’s College London on foetal and infant brain development in individuals genetically predisposed to autism spectrum disorder. [...]
Jack started as an intern at the Early Intervention Foundation and is now a Research Officer. He has a BA degree in Philosophy from King’s College London and an MSc. in Public Policy from University College London.
Kirsten is a developmental psychologist with expertise in the parent/child relationship and author of the Evidence-Based Parenting Practitioner’s Handbook (Routledge, 2011). Kirsten previously worked at the National Academy for Parenting Research at King’s College London, where she managed the Commissioning Toolkit – a DfE funded project that assessed the quality of parenting interventions against standards […]
Judy joined EIF in 2017 from the British Dental Association, where she led research on burnout and mental health among dentists. She has a MSc degree in educational neuroscience and a BSc degree in psychology. [...]
Lara joined the EIF as a Research Intern, having recently graduated from the University of Oxford with an MSc in Evidence Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation. She is a qualified social worker (MSW) and has volunteered at various NGOs in South Africa while completing her professional training.
Laura is a Senior Researcher at EIF, having previously worked for a number of years at the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations. There she managed a range of mixed-methods research and evaluation projects on vulnerable children and families.
Lucy joined EIF in August 2016, having recently completed an MSc in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation at the University of Oxford. Lucy is a qualified social worker and has experience of working with children and families in the safeguarding children arena as well as working with adults in community care teams.