Immy is an Innovation Lead specialising in the development of theories of change and robust evaluation frameworks. Coming from a Monitoring and Evaluation background, Immy brings a range of qualitative and quantitative skills to the team, including interview, focus group and data analysis skills. She has an MSc in International Development from the School of Oriental and African Studies and a BA Hons in Geography from the University of Oxford.
Prior to joining Shift, Immy worked for a range of international development organisations, working in research communication and conducting research and evaluation on education programmes.
Outside of Shift Immy is a keen amateur jockey, spending most weekends hurtling around muddy fields on horseback.
March 20, 2020
In this report, published with Fair Finance, we share our RCT findings on anchoring loan amounts.
March 13, 2020
A report from the Relationships Project unearths learning for cities the world over.
February 2, 2020
A collection of inspiring examples of relationship-centred practice from across the UK.
Powering nonprofits to respond to the crisis Strengthening the charity sector with digital, data and design expertise
Relationships Project: a better society through better relationships The Relationships Project: Building a better society by building better relationships
Increasing access to affordable credit with Fair Finance Increasing access to affordable credit with Fair Finance
Storybox: bringing diverse communities together through story sharing Storybox: bringing diverse communities together through story sharing
Building self-reflection skills in young people Building self-reflection skills in young people
Creating a system of continuous improvement for the NCS programme Creating a system of continuous improvement for the NCS programme
Changing Places: Giving young people a voice on their local area Changing Places: Giving young people a voice on their local area
Historypin: bringing communities together though local history Historypin: bringing communities together though local history