Lisa is an advanced data analyst and social scientist at the University of Bristol Research Centre on Micro-Social Change specialising in issues related to policy, population modelling, and gender inequalities.

Lisa has recently used Millennium Cohort Study data to show how parent and sibling co-residence during the UK lockdowns eliminated expected gender differences in young adult mental health. This project has been reviewed and accepted into multiple internationally recognised research conferences. Alongside this project, Lisa has worked as a Research Associate on social justice and policy related initiatives, and in teaching roles.

Prior to her work at the Research Centre on Micro-Social change, Lisa worked for a local Bristol cybersecurity company. Using her connection to the computer science community, Lisa has integrated a focus of dynamic programming for the social sciences throughout her projects, creating open-source analysis pipelines that enable validation, replication, and future research extensions.