Senior Research and Policy Analyst
Giselle joined the Resolution Foundation in January 2012. She is responsible for issues relating to the labour market, with a focus on older workers. Giselle also analyses micro data and models changes to elements of the tax and benefit system. She regularly contributes new analysis on the Resolution Foundation’s blog and oversees our Work Experience programme. Prior to joining us, she worked on criminal justice issues at the national charity Victim Support. Before this, she was at the Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit, HM Treasury, working primarily on policy on children, education and skills. Whilst at the Treasury, Giselle also supported the development of the then-new Efficiency and Reform Group and provided analysis for an independent government review. Before joining the Treasury, Giselle was at the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit where she focused on youth policy.
Giselle has an undergraduate degree in physics and mathematics, a diploma in manned spaceflight and a graduate diploma in economics. She has conducted research in Malawi on youth issues and in Mexico on nuclear physics.
She is currently a member of the government’s independent crime statistics advisory committee.