Communications Manager (CAGE)
I manage communications for CAGE, an ESRC centre based in the Economics Department. CAGE conducts independent policy-driven research informed by culture, history and behaviour. Our aim is to move beyond traditional measures of economic success to consider broader influences on global prosperity; from happiness and cultural attitudes to voter preferences and political institutions.
I support CAGE Associates in publicising their work and communicating their findings to non-academic audiences. I edit the Centre's bi-annual Advantage Magazine, manage content for the website and social media, and organise bespoke policy events.