Francisca is a Project Manager and Researcher at LSE Consulting, where she contributes to research design, business development, and project management across a wide range of policy and socioeconomic topics. She is responsible for writing and coordinating project proposals, reviewing and analysing qualitative and quantitative data during projects for various public and private sector clients, academics, experts and partner organisations.
Her research experience focuses on access to higher education and equality in education in general, as well as other areas related to social policy and organisations. She employs quantitative data collection and analysis techniques, as well as qualitative methods; and has experience in various research projects in Chilean universities, UNDP, and the LSE.
Francisca holds an MSc in Social Research Methods from LSE and is a Licenciate in Sociology from the University of Chile.
Working in partnership to improve international student integration and experience (Office for Students, January 2023)
Opportunity Northern Ireland (British Council | Northern Ireland, August 2022)
The Relation Between Different Zoonotic Pandemics and the Livestock Sector (European Parliament - DG Internal Policies, November 2021)
Study on Due Diligence Requirements through the Supply Chain (European Commission - DG for Justice and Consumers, February 2020)