Prior to joining Blue Marble, Bec worked with a diverse range of clients and stakeholders in her previous roles in programme and collective impact project evaluation, patient experience research, and digital user research. She specialises in conducting research with children and young people, healthcare patients, and seldom-heard community members on topics exploring differential experiences of wellbeing-related systems and interventions.
Alongside her strong skillset as a mixed methods researcher, Bec has substantial experience in developing Theories of Change, and evaluating complex interventions involving partners from education, health, social policy, and local communities.
Bec graduated with First Class Honours in Sociology from the University of Nottingham, where her dissertation on women’s experiences with a contested illness was awarded ‘best dissertation’ and commended for its interdisciplinary, digital-first methodology.