Zoe Khor leads Traverse’s work with charities and the voluntary sector.
Zoe has expertise in qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, deliberative engagement, ethnographic methods and participatory research and is Prince 2 qualified. At Traverse Zoe has led on projects for the Centre for Ageing Better, NHS England, the Nursing and Midwifery Council and Leonard Cheshire among others.
“Having worked in the fields of research, evaluation and engagement since 2006, both client-side and for agencies including Opinion Leader Research, I bring a wealth of experience in designing and delivering research to my role at Traverse. I am an advocate for the empowering benefits of well-designed research and the importance of converting insight into practical recommendations which help our clients and their stakeholders to make evidence-based decisions and influence effectively. What really drives me is facilitating genuine dialogue between those who design and implement policies and services, and the people affected by these.
I really value that fact that working at Traverse allows me to work with colleagues and clients with a like-minded commitment to achieving social impact.”