Rebecca How (she/her)
Rebecca is a Junior Consultant working withing the Commercial Services team. Rebecca joined Altair as a Graduate Consultant in August 2021, with a specific focus on the management consultancy stream.
Rebecca has just completed her postgraduate degree Msc Global Futures: Geopolitics & Security, where Rebecca’s interest in housing was truly captivated. Rebecca developed an understanding of the issues facing housing both globally and domestically, the social importance of housing and affordable housing more broadly.
Policy research, qualitative data collection, analysis and presentation, problem solving, enthusiasm.
Studying Bsc Geography, Politics and International Relations has provided Rebecca with a holistic anthropocentric outlooks on the world and specifically the housing sector and the wider politics of housing. During Rebecca’s postgraduate degree, Msc Global Futures: Geopolitics & Security, Rebecca developed an understanding of the issues facing housing both globally and domestically, the social importance of housing and affordable housing more broadly.
Specifically, Rebecca’s postgraduate dissertation investigated the way in which housing and homes were impacted and experienced in the context of covid-19. Rebecca explored government communications and policies as well as reorientating to explore how these manifested onto the everyday lived experiences of homes in the UK.
Msc Global Futures: Geopolitics & Security, Royal Holloway, University of London
Bsc (Joint Honours) Geography, Politics & International Relations, Royal Holloway, University of London – 1st with the Felix Driver Award
Outside of work, Rebecca loves everything outdoors, from camping, hiking, water sports and wild adventures. Rebecca also enjoys baking as well as participating in team sports.
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