Amelia works across a wide range of clients and sectors – from the built environment to transport to not-for-profit – providing extensive research and monitoring support. Prior to joining Pagefield in October 2019, Amelia studied at King’s College London, where she obtained a Master’s degree in War Studies to add to her BA in History and International Relations from the University of Exeter.
During her time at university, Amelia took a particularly active role in the Bracton Law Society, taking part in mooting competitions and undertaking pro-bono human rights work in Panama. She also worked as the Publicity Officer for a local charity, Restore, which aims to help survivors of human trafficking. In this role, Amelia was responsible for promoting fundraising events and the cause more generally.