Belinda Tyrrell

Research Associate

Biography

Belinda joined the Heseltine Institute as a Research Associate in 2018. She was the Co-Investigator on the interim evaluation of Liverpool City Region Combined Authority’s in Household into Work Programme.

She has a professional background in local government and externally funded programme management. A former policy and programmes officer at Liverpool City Council, over a period of sixteen years Belinda worked on the performance monitoring of externally funded programmes including City Centre SRB 6, Neighbourhood Renewal Fund, Housing Market Renewal Initiative, Community Arts Participation Fund and was part of the Project Liverpool Team which mapped and tracked the value of Area Based Initiatives within the City of Liverpool.

Belinda’s was part of the team which delivered the Bridging the Asset Data Gap. This funded project was a collaboration with LCRCA and St Helens Borough Council which aimed to develop an approach to understanding the relationships between different types of community asset and social infrastructure.

During the early part of 2021 Belinda worked with Right to Succeed to develop a Shared Measurement Framework to track the outcomes of its North Birkenhead Cradle to Career Programme, which is long term multimillion-pound intervention aimed at improving outcomes for children and young people in North Birkenhead.

Starting in the Winter of 2021 Belinda will be one of the academic partners working on Liverpool City Region Combined Authority’s Health and Employment Programme which is funded by he the Health Foundation.

Prior to joining the Heseltine Institute, Belinda worked in Research and Project Management for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Liverpool.

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