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Rosemary has extensive experience in providing clients, including local authorities, NHS organisations, national and local charities with bespoke outcome measurement frameworks and evaluations of their work. Rosemary is a skilled researcher, combining the academic rigour of quantitative analysis with strong qualitative research skills.
Rosie leads on NEF Consulting’s research into families, young people and public health. Her interests lie in supporting organisations to understand how their interventions can create the building blocks of change in the lives of citizens, and how this can be effectively measured and communicated. She is increasingly working with commissioners to design outcomes-based commissioning approaches, and supporting measurement systems which help them to maximise value gained from local activities.
Prior to joining NEF Consulting in 2012, Rosie worked at GLE Consulting, leading in research and evaluation into worklessness, child poverty and sustainable enterprise development. She has a BSc in Mathematics with Statistics, University of Manchester.
Outside of work Rosie enjoys climbing hills and dancing (although not always at the same time).
Recent project experience:
- ChildFund International: an SROI of the Responsive Parenting Program
- Milton Keynes Council: impact evaluation of the Neighbourhood Employment Programme
- Hounslow Council: supporting the council to develop an evaluation framework and databank for their community and voluntary sector commissioned and grant funded organisations.
- The Prince’s Trust: building three dynamic SROI models to understand the effectiveness of their youth programmes over time.