In partnership with
Principal Advisor and Head of Skills
Susannah is in charge of the team’s programmes on education-to-work transitions and post-16 skills, including further, technical and higher education, and apprenticeships. In her time at BIT, Susannah has been involved in running over 25 RCTs, predominantly on questions relating to post-16 and adult skills, and was the lead author of BIT’s Moments of Choice report on young people’s career decision-making. Susannah has a multidisciplinary background in political science and public policy, statistical methods, behavioural economics, business and English, including an MSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Prior to joining the team, Susannah worked on strategic policy issues in the Australian Government Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.