- Collating and analysing existing research, policy, practice, and the real experiences of those affected
- Filling in the gaps identified through new research, insights, and analysis
- Using evidence and insights to develop new approaches and apply learning and improved knowledge in practice and through training
Lisa is the Assistant Director Policy, Communications and Strategic Influence at The Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse (CSA Centre). Lisa is an experienced public policy manager, researcher, and evaluator with over 15 years’ experience working in public policy across the children and young people’s agenda. Lisa’s roles have focused on the issues affecting, and the provision of services and support to women, families, children, and young people with a particular focus on those from vulnerable groups. Prior to joining the CSA Centre Lisa was the policy manager at the NSPCC leading the development of the policy agenda and strategy, campaign development and public affairs influencing across the remit of child abuse and neglect.