in Social Norms
15-17 Tavistock Place
Previous to working at LSHTM, Lottie's work bridged programmes and research in the field of violence against women and girls. At FORWARD, an African diaspora led organisation, she led the analysis of qualitative data collected in participatory research on female genital mutilation, child marriage and teenage motherhood. Lottie's MSc thesis was on girls' school dropout in India as part of the Samata Project, which sits within LSHTM's STRIVE. She has an undergraduate degree in Geography from UCL.
Lottie's current research concerns social norms, gendered social inequalities, violence against women and girls, and the sexual and reprductive health and wellbeing of adoelscent girls. She is currently working on the development of a multi-component intervention to prevent transactional sex between adolescent girls and adult men in Tanzania. Lottie is a proud member of the Gender Violence and Health Centre.