Dr Naomi Tyrrell is a Social Scientist who specialises in engaging young people in research and evaluation. After 18 years in academic research, she is now a social research consultant for charities and social enterprises that are focused on making an impact in their communities. She has led research projects focused on migration, social and health inequalities, intergenerational relationships and language use, educational interventions, and the impacts of Brexit. Her recent projects have been funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, European Commission, British Academy, Leverhulme Trust, University of Plymouth, charitable trusts and the National Lottery. She is currently a visiting research fellow at the University of Plymouth. You can see her published, peer-reviewed journal articles, books and book chapters on here.