Thea joined Shared Intelligence in 2022 having graduated from King’s College London with a BSc Philosophy, Politics and Economics. Their research covered a broad range of topics from public sector economics to American foreign policy and the impact of their sanctions regime. Thea focused their dissertation on the political economy of inequality with a focus on the LGBTQ+ community’s welfare and living standards regionally in the UK. This variety of research has meant that they are well versed in both quantitative and qualitative research methods. They also have previous experience working at an economics consultancy firm and at a charity that supports the families of those with addictions.
Thea’s current projects include work with the Welsh Public Library Standards, as well as supporting the Local Government Association with the integration of Local Enterprise Partnerships into local authorities.