MA, BSc Data Advisor

Alexandra is an independent strategy consultant with over 20 years of experience in innovative data analysis and strategy development, primarily for the communications and ICT sectors. She has extensive expertise in data usage and statistical modelling, database design and data collection methodologies, and data presentation and interpretation. She first linked up with AVUKthrough ‘big data’ charity DataKind UK, and is currently working with us to develop our approach to using statistics and analysis to deepen understanding of AV therapy outcomes. Alexandra was most recently a Partner and Head of Research at international consultancy Analysys Mason, and prior to that held senior roles at companies including PA Consulting Group and Motorola. She started her career as a Research Assistant to Dr. Howard Gardner at Harvard University, working on experimental neuropsychology initiatives around language and cognition in stroke patients and primary and middle school pupils. Alexandra holds an MA in International Economics from Johns Hopkins University, and a B.Sc. in Cognitive Science from Brown University.