Katrin Feyerabend

Consultant – Edinburgh office

Katrin is a consultant in the Edinburgh office. Prior to working at Rocket Science, Katrin worked for a non-profit research organisation supporting a variety of projects. She has experience conducting research in areas such as gender equality and gender-based violence, employability and skills, the green economy and online hatred. Within these areas she is particularly interested in understanding inequalities and disadvantages due to, for example, age, gender, education level, socioeconomic status and migration status.

Katrin has an academic background in International Politics, specialising in human rights and migration policies. Through her studies and her previous roles, she has a good understanding of comparative studies across different countries and regions.

MSc International Conflict and Cooperation, University of Stirling

BA International Politics, University of Stirling

Specialist areas 

  • Gender equality and gender-based violence   
  • Qualitative research methodologies
  • Employability and skills
  • Comparative studies


  • Citizens Advice Bureau – Evaluation of the 8 Citizen Advice Bureau services in Glasgow
  • Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland – Peer Support Review  – Review of the Peer Support Group affiliation model used by CHSS
  • Chest Heart and stroke Scotland – Evaluation of the Health Defence programme in Glasgow
  • Justright Scotland – Development and implementation of a monitoring and evaluation plan
  • The Wheatley Foundation – Customer Feedback and Impacts
  • Scottish Government – Abortion vigils and protests

Little weaknesses

  • Buying new books when there are already plenty of unread ones waiting at home
  • Rarely making the same thing twice when baking to have a ‘challenge’
  • Playing ultimate frisbee (irregularly)