Isabelle joined the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) in July 2019 as a Researcher in the Family Policy Unit. Her passion for understanding the effect of the family dynamic on the development of social issues began within her study of Psychology while completing the International Baccalaureate Diploma. Prior to joining the CJS, Isabelle studied Psychology at the University of Sussex where she dedicated much of her time to leading and participating within a wide range of campaigns, including racial justice and youth outreach programmes. Isabelle is particularly interested in the effect of the family environment on children and young people’s development into adulthood. At the Centre for Social Justice Isabelle works on projects that advocate for the importance of family stability.