Emma Baker is a Lead Consultant in the London office. She works across a range of areas including health and social care, poverty and welfare, and employment and skills. Emma is currently undertaking a part-time MSc at the London School of Economics and Political Science in International Social and Public Policy, covering topics such as: issues within the policy research process, comparative international policy, the purposes, design and impact of social security policies and collective and social action. 

MSc, International Social and Public Policy, London School of Economics and Political Science (2020-2022) 

BSocSc, Sociology, University of Manchester 

Market Research Society Advanced Certificate in Market & Social Research 

Specialist areas

  • Health and social care 
  • Employability 
  • Social action 
  • Poverty and welfare  
  • Qualitative and quantitative research methods, evaluation, and data analysis 
  • Facilitating and supporting youth peer research  


  • Greater London Authority – Social Action Design Lab 
  • King’s College London – Monitoring and evaluation of the Civic Challenge
  • The Barnes Fund – local needs assessment 
  • NHS England – Evaluation of Gender Dysphoria Services 
  • Endometriosis UK – Scottish diagnosis and care service research and review 
  • City Bridge Trust – Bridge Programme pilot evaluation  

Little weaknesses

  • Never has any phone memory 
  • Takes too many photos of her dog 
  • Any kind of fizzy, sour sweet