“Aside from the incredibly supportive atmosphere, my work at Regeneris is thought-provoking and varied, and what is uniquely satisfying for me is knowing that everyone shares the same ethos in wanting to make a positive impact through our projects – whether that is at a town or national level.”
Education: MSc Economics, University College London; and BSc Economics, University of Bath
Areas of Expertise: Project and Programme Evaluation Studies, Economic Impact Assessment, Business Case Development, and Socio-Economic Analysis.
Michael joined Regeneris in 2016 after completing his MSc in Economics at University College London and working at the Bank of England in both the Markets and Monetary Analysis directorates. He is one of 50 mentees in the global EvalYouth Initiative which aims to promote the next generation of evaluators worldwide
Michael has developed a broad and extensive skillset having contributed to a wide variety of projects ranging from leading the data collection and analysis for the recently published Hull City of Culture 2017 Evaluation Outcomes Report to developing Business Cases for Smarter Workspaces for the Scottish Government to writing the Socioeconomic ES chapter for the Neart na Gaoithe offshore windfarm. He is currently working on evaluating the Government’s national RHI initiative and developing Swindon and Wiltshire’s Local Economic Assessment.
In his spare time, Michael enjoys badminton, cycling and going to the gym. When he is not trying to conquer London’s never-ending list of restaurants, which only continues to grow, he also likes to cook.
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