Caroline Yang

Research Associate Team: Research

Caroline is a research associate at the Young Foundation with experience in programme evaluation, impact measurement and evidence reviewing.

Her work with the Young Foundation has focused in part on building up the knowledge-base around participatory methods which strive to involve communities more meaningfully in the research process. She has also contributed to a number of programme evaluations including, most recently, the Inclusive Economy Partnership’s BOOST initiative, a scale-up programme for social impact businesses run by the Cabinet Office.

Previously, Caroline has worked as an intern at the Center for Court Innovation, assisting social workers delivering alternatives to incarceration, and as a volunteer at the Legal Aid Society Immigration Law Unit in New York City.

Caroline holds an M.A. in Sociology from the University of Edinburgh, where her dissertation research focused on social work inside the New York City criminal justice system. Currently, she is working on a set of in-depth evidence reviews of focusing on ‘What Works’ to strengthen communities.

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