Erin Gardiner

Graduate intern

Erin’s motivation to work with CES came from a commitment to making a positive difference to people’s lives. She has a keen interest in systems thinking, problem solving, and graphic design. Involved in a range of projects (relating to areas including domestic abuse and family support), her skills have advanced with real-world evidence reviews, workshops, and project management. During her placement, Erin completed an evidence translation and capacity building project with Jigsaw, the National Centre for Youth Mental Health.

Erin holds a Masters degree in Psychological Science and a Bachelors degree in English and History from Queen’s University, Belfast. During this time, she was involved in community outreach, international NGO projects, and widening participation to university programmes.

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