Playing an integral role across a variety of projects, Ellie is experienced in recruitment, editing, and desk research. Ellie is trained in the use of SNAP, Q and Atlas.ti software, aiding her contribution to the processing and analysis of both quantitative and qualitative data. She also conducts interviews with a range of respondents, the contents of which continually inform reporting outputs.
Ellie has worked on projects for a number of different clients, including Oxford University Press, Macmillan Education, and UAL. She has been lead research assistant for research on behalf of think-tank London Councils and charity Access All Areas, both projects which related to her own interests in policy and inclusion.
Ellie joined Shift after completing her degree in Geography at the University of Oxford. Entirely research based, her course gave a comprehensive overview of the theory and practice of research methodologies used in the field. As part of her degree Ellie completed a number of independent research projects, familiarising herself with the processes of research design, proposals and data analysis, and providing her with skills she has been able to utilise in her role at Shift Learning.