Alexandra Galvin


I was drawn to the CSJ by its commitment to supporting the most vulnerable people and communities. I value the organisation’s focus on grassroot charities and meaningful impact on policy. As it is the only think tank in Westminster to highlight the importance of family, I was excited to join the Family Policy Unit as a researcher in March 2022.

Prior to joining the team, I completed my MSc in Social and Cultural Psychology at the London School of Economics where I specialised in political psychology and dialogue, conflict, and negotiation. I have been able to draw on my background in psychology and research in a neurodevelopmental laboratory as we investigate issues on family and education.

Something you might not know about me

I used to work as an American Sign Language interpreter for a small theatre in Los Angeles.

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