Becky Barsellotti

 

As a generalist, Becky has a breadth of experience across both the private and public sector. Since joining CGA as a Fellow in October 2017, Becky has supported the GESS programme; leading and delivering training for the Ministry of Education as well as conducting analysis of both quantitative and qualitative research on cash transfers to girls and school capitation grants.

Prior to joining CGA, Becky was on the Waitrose Leadership Scheme where, amongst other things, she led teams of up to 80 people to deliver service excellence, and was deputy project lead for a retail change project.

Becky has a robust knowledge of fragile and conflict affected areas through completing an MSc in International Disaster Management at the University of Manchester in 2015. Her dissertation specialism assessed the barriers to Birth registration in post-conflict and fragile environments. Becky’s MSc is complimented by a breadth of international experience; working as a teacher in rural Uganda, on a women’s empowerment internship in India, assisting in the establishment of a school partnership in Kenya and leading a marketing project team for an NGO in Bolivia.

Whilst on the Shropshire Council Future Leaders Programme, Becky learnt the essentials of service provision and delivery, where she; led multi-disciplinary teams to design and deliver services, co-ordinated the Ofsted inspection of safeguarding and led on developing a unit cost methodology.

In addition to her MSc. Becky holds a BA (Hons) in International Relations from the University of Birmingham and a Certificate in Management Studies from the University of Wolverhampton.