Christine joined the Centre for Networks and Enterprise as a Research Assistant in November 2017. After completing her BA in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge, Christine went on to work with a range of charities, NGOs, and social enterprises; including as head of monitoring and evaluation at global health charity Addenbrooke’s Abroad, and as a data management analyst at the World Health Organisation. She then spent 2 years working for social sector consultancy, Aleron, leading projects across sectors, including sustainability, community regeneration, education, social-services, and health.
Christine has also spent time as a research assistant at the universities of Cambridge and Surrey. Whilst at the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP), University of Surrey, she developed a novel approach to measuring societal welfare, composing a working paper entitled ‘The Case for Using a Theory of Change Approach to Measure Economic Welfare, Beyond GDP’ (in submission). Christine now works as an independent social sector consultant and researcher. She is also undertaking a part-time MSc in Ecological Economics at the University of Edinburgh.
Publications, Working Papers, Presentations/Workshops
• Tayleur, C., Balmford, A., Buchanan, G., Butchart, S., Corlet Walker, C., Ducharme, H., Green, R., Milder, J., Sanderson, F., Thomas, D., Tracewski, L., Vickery, J., Phalan, B. (2018)
Where in the world are tropical crops certified, and what does it mean for conservation and poverty alleviation? Biological Conservation 217: 36–46