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. [...]
Senior Research Officer
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.
Head of What Works, Child Development
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.
EA to Jo Casebourne
Lejanne joined EIF in 2018, and previously worked for the Institute for Government as a PA and Development Officer.
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.