Georgia is a Junior Research Executive specialising in quantitative research, while also working on some qualitative projects. She is currently involved in data processing, coding, interviewing, building and disseminating surveys, delivering response updates to clients and report writing. She has worked with clients such as Pearson, Cengage, UKRI, Springer Nature and the University of Cambridge.
Following an undergraduate degree in psychology, Georgia stayed with the University of Sheffield to complete a master’s degree in psychological research methods. During both courses, she had a particular focus on social psychology and, for her master’s dissertation, conducted a longitudinal quantitative research project investigating how the mental health and wellbeing of 2000 UK adolescents was affected by the COVID-19 lockdowns, looking at a variety of factors such as their age and socio-economic status. Prior to Shift, Georgia worked in paediatric mental healthcare at a children’s hospital.