Aisha Tarajia

Position: Consultant

Telephone: 07518298834


BA (hons) Economics, Birmingham City University; MSc Development Policy and Politics, University of Birmingham


Film, photography, travelling and global politics


Aisha is a social researcher with experience across a wide range of disciplines and a keen professional interest in education and social mobility. She is proficient in a range of quantitative and qualitative analysis tools including Excel, MAXQDA, SNAP and SPSS, as well as qualitative interviewing. She has worked on research and evaluation studies for the Welsh Government, local authorities in England and Wales, national charities and Sector Skills Councils.

Would most like to meet

Louis Theroux

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