Suzanne’s professional experience has been gained mainly in the academic setting, though these roles have involved close ties with development and governmental organisations. She has worked as an independent consultant since 2013, again with academic and development organisations.
While quantitative data analysis and interpretation are Suzanne’s research fortes, she also has experience in the design, conduct, analysis and interpretation of qualitative research. She is passionate about intervention evaluation, meaning she strives to promote the scientific integrity, feasibility, and usability of evaluations, and maintain these in her work. She firmly believes in research results being made available for purposes of improving future health interventions, hence continues to write research articles for publication in academic journals.
Alongside consultancy, Suzanne continues to teach as a tutor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Distance Learning masters degree courses (epidemiology, public health and infectious diseases). She has recently obtained a postgraduate certificate in Learning and Teaching from the University of London and is an associate fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.
Suzanne currently lives in Slovakia with her husband and daughter. She enjoys endurance sports when time permits, particularly cycling. Her free time is also used to learn the Slovak language.