Matt joined River Path in 2009 as a Research Assistant. His skills are in literature and data reviews, development and preparation of research dossiers and statistical appendices, conducting research interviews, and analysing and interpreting qualitative and quantitative feedback data. He also designs illustrative exhibits to accompany reports, helping to visualise key findings and conclusions.
At River Path, Matt works on a wide variety of research projects. These have ranged from a data review of the UK mortgage market in 2010, for a publication on risk and resilience, to an analysis of global energy and scarcity trends as part of River Path’s collaboration with New York University’s Center for International Cooperation.
Over the last year, Matt has lead on interviewing respondents as part of a perception study undertaken for CRI; developed and designed a comprehensive set of evaluation tools for the British Council’s global school linking programme, Connecting Classrooms; assisted River Path with its advisory work for DFID Pakistan on the implementation of a fund for basic education; and provided data analysis and research for the British Council’s Next Generation work in Pakistan.