Natasha is a quantitative researcher at Advance HE and is experienced in using large-scale longitudinal survey data to explore social phenomena. At AdvanceHE she works primarily with HESA data to understand the experiences of students and staff in Higher Education (HE), with a particular focus on equality, diversity and inclusion. Her recent work includes a report detailing differences in student’s participation and attainment in HE according to their religion and belief.
Natasha holds a PhD in quantitative social research from the Institute of Education, UCL. Her research focused on the relationship between student choices in Higher Education, their graduate outcomes, and their ethnicity, gender and social background.
Before joining Advance HE, Natasha worked as an analyst in the civil service and most recently helped to shape the research agenda for a new charity supporting civil society in London, London Plus.