Susannah is part of the Applied Research and Innovation team at Trilateral, working predominantly on the STAMINA project. She has a keen interest in international human rights law, specialising in anti-discrimination and women’s health rights.
Susannah’s experience lies in legal and historical research and analysis. She has worked on a project exploring the racial dimension of Covid-19 in the United States, co-authored a paper on remedying corporate climate impact, and produced research on the impact of countering violent extremism programmes. Before coming to Trilateral, she worked for the University of Liverpool as a Research Assistant and interned with the Open Society Justice Initiative in its National Security and Counterterrorism team. Susannah holds an LLM in International Human Rights Law from the University of Essex.