Emma Carter

Emma is an experienced researcher and analyst with a background in operational research, statistics and decision support, and a host of quantitative and qualitative skills developed through a career in academia and consultancy. Emma has provided analytical expertise to a range of areas; evaluations, consultations, performance reviews, improving service delivery projects, commissioning, health needs assessments and business cases.

Emma has experience working with a range of organisations including health, social care, housing, voluntary and commercial organisations. She has experience leading and coordinating research, data analysis, benchmarking and modelling projects, using a variety of data sources. She works with a range of colleagues and clients, taking a methodological and consultative approach to produce high quality accessible and informative outputs. She previously acted as the technical lead in a research and evaluation consultancy team and led on several large-scale data collection and analysis projects, including a public consultation which received more than 50,000 responses, a street poll of 1,500 people, a paper-based household survey with over 8,000 responses and many online surveys.

Emma also worked in academia and has conducted statistical analysis on longitudinal data collected through the European Male Aging Study (EMAS) exploring the role of testosterone in aging. Earlier in her career she was involved in research in the nuclear emergency management field, providing a social science view to European research projects in the field of Nuclear Emergency Management.