Our Contributors

Our Writers

Josh Brown

Josh Brown is a Politics, Philosophy and Economics student at The Open University. He helped out Insight for Good over a summer, researching  different social topics and identifying insights working with other students collaboratively. He was especially interested in sustainability and wage inequality.

 

 

 

 

Amelia Hodgson

Amelia is studying towards an undergraduate degree in psychology at The Open University. While working with Insight for Good she focussed on writing articles on the topics of health & well-being, employability, sustainability, and education. Amelia would eventually like to work in either the public or third sector in a role focussed on supporting and empowering people.

 

 

 

 

 

Other Contributors

Alex Bartholomew

Alex Bartholomew is a French, Spanish and Linguistics student at the University of York. She volunteered as a researcher for Insight for Good over summer 2018, identifying insights within different social issues and working collaboratively with other students. She was particularly interested in the psychological effects of unemployment.

 

 

 

 

Olivia Gable

Olivia recently completed a PhD in Sociology from Open University. Olivia has presented her PhD research at conferences across the UK and in Europe. Her background is interdisciplinary with a BA in Sociology and Geography from the University of Texas at Austin and an MA in Cultural and Creative Industries from King’s College London. Olivia has also worked with UK music funder PRS Foundation as an impact evaluation analyst and programme coordinator, and she is Co-Editor of MeCCSA’s postgraduate journal Networking Knowledge and an Associate at the Yorkshire Sound Women Network.

 

 

 

Gabrielle Nemanyte

Gabriele Nemanyte is a recent graduate of Clinical Psychology MSc from Vilnius University. In the summer of 2018 she did an internship at Insight for Good both researching various social issues with other students and helping with the project management. Her main interests include mental health, human rights, and education.