Vicky is a data scientist at What Works for Children’ Social Care. She assists the Centre in its mission of creating a better evidence base for Children’s Social Care.
Before joining the Centre, Vicky was a freelance data scientist specialising in natural language processing. Prior to this, she worked as a Behavioural Economist at Simetrica (a specialist research consultancy) and founded a youth charity.
Outside of work, Vicky is involved in a number of tech for goods projects and enjoys running.
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