BOP Consulting team
Meet the people who work with you to plan, design and deliver sustainable cultural projects, demonstrate their impact and identify opportunities for you to evolve and grow.
The City as Creative Platform: New Urban Centres of Creative and Digital Services
Great Place Legacy Report
Impact Assessment Edinburgh Festivals
Evaluation of the DCMS Culture Recovery Fund
Creative Industries and the Climate Emergency: The Path to Net Zero
Economic Impact of NDT Broadgate
Since starting at BOP, she has been working in the BOP500 team on establishing the first global benchmark for the cultural capability of cities.
Before joining BOP, Emily has worked in the private sector for London-based nonprofits and tech startups. Across these roles she has supported the delivery of growth strategies and product development. With a special interest in qualitative research gained through her postgraduate studies, she has worked on social welfare campaigns as a voluntary researcher.
Emily holds an MSc in Mental Health, Ethics and Law from King's College London, where she was awarded The Dickson Poon School of Law Prize for being the highest performing student on the programme, and The Tempany Prize for Ethics.
Emily also holds a BA in Languages and Literature (French and Italian) from the University of Oxford.
Emily is an interdisciplinary researcher with a background in ethics and social welfare.
A global research and consulting practice for culture and the creative economy
We work around the world to build and support new cultural and creative economies. We have created a set of tools that give leaders and decision-makers an unparalleled understanding of their cultural and creative assets and how to make the most of them. Here is a selection of our projects.