“At Regeneris, I’ve already had the opportunity to carry out socio-economic analysis and provide economic insights that will improve the quality of economic development projects across the UK. I love being able to make a positive impact on people and places through my work.”
Education: BSc (Hons) Economics with Spanish, University of Birmingham (including a year abroad at Universidad de Valladolid, Spain); MSc Development Economics, University of East Anglia
Areas of Expertise: socioeconomic baselines, evaluation and data analysis
Sarah joined Regeneris in October 2017 after completing her MSc in Development Economics at the University of East Anglia, where she specialised in econometric analysis and evaluation. She previously interned with Great Yarmouth Borough Council, which involved community engagement, research, data analysis and implementing new systems to improve evaluation of outcomes. Prior to this she worked as a teacher in Spain and volunteered with an international development organisation in Bolivia.
During her time at Regeneris, she has been involved in projects around business support, growth hubs, assessing the economic impact of proposed housing developments and creating socioeconomic baselines.
Outside of the office, Sarah enjoys travelling, exploring new cities and boat trips. She is also a keen cook and loves spending time with friends and family.
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