Kerry comes to Interface with ten years expertise in designing and delivering research based evaluation across voluntary, public and private sectors. She brings expertise in qualitative and quantitative research, including depth case studies with families, use of social media and cost effectiveness studies. Kerry is committed to improving the lives of families and has directed, managed and delivered evaluations for central government departments and agencies to influence policy and practice. These include: Evaluation of Family Pathfinders (DCSF), Evaluation of Generations Together (Cross Government partnership) and Evaluation of the National Strategies contribution to ‘Narrowing the Gap’ (DCSF). She currently is supporting an upper tier local authority developing policy and strategy for children, schools and families. She is also a volunteer facilitator for a local parenting charity.
Kerry’s qualifications include a degree in Political Science, management qualifications (OU) and she is an ILM accredited coach. Kerry has spoken at conferences and has authored numerous published reports for central government.
Kerry's most recent projects wit Interface include a Social Return on Investment analysis for MPACT (Action on Addiction); Cost effectiveness and Qualitative evaluations of Think Family for West Sussex County Council; Developing an evaluation framework for Shelter's family programme; An evaluation of Family Keywork in East Sussex. Kerry is currently working with Haringey Family Intervention Project to develop an evaluation framework.
Kerry’s qualifications include a BA Soc Sc in Political Science, various business management qualifications (OU) and she is an ILM accredited coach. Kerry has spoken at conferences and has authored numerous published reports for central government.