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Eilish Crilley

Eilish is a Senior Research Assistant in the Department of Psychology at Northumbria University. In this role, she is currently working on an evaluation of Premiership Rugby's Something to Chew On project and also assists in the delivery of an online training programme for school and community breakfast club staff, with Kellogg’s and Forever Manchester. Prior to this, Eilish volunteered within the Healthy Living Lab on various projects such as the evaluation of the Maker Faire Project, UK and various holiday programmes. Eilish is also a co-author of a paper investigating School Holiday Food Provision in the UK.

Eilish graduated from Northumbria University in 2015, obtaining an upper-second class degree in Psychology. She became employed by Neuropartners as a Specialist Mentor for individuals with learning difficulties and mental health problems alongside supporting individuals with brain injuries in a Rehabilitation Care Centre. In addition to this, Eilish worked for Barnardos doing Crisis and Outreach work with young people and families.