Leyla is based in Eunomia’s London office and uses her analytical and research skills acquired during her academic degree to support a variety of projects at the consultancy.
Since joining Eunomia, Leyla has contributed to a range of projects mostly within the public sector. She has assisted with revising the guidelines on Access to Information on the Environment (AIE) Regulations for the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE). She has also scoped and designed an in-depth administrative cost benefit analysis as part of a model for a Regulatory Impact Assessment for the Welsh Government. In addition, Leyla has accurately handled a multitude of large datasets obtained from EU-wide surveys and has prepared detailed reports using her findings.
Leyla graduated from the University of Bristol in July 2017 with a Master in Science (MSci) degree in Chemistry with first class honours. Throughout her studies, she applied her critical and analytical thinking to solve complex problems and analyse data. She has a range of experience in researching, reporting and presenting thanks to the numerous research projects she has carried out over the years both in academia and in industry.
As part of her degree course, Leyla worked in the Research and Development department at a chemical manufacturing company for a year. This experience allowed her to work on multiple research projects, develop strong interpersonal and organisational skills, and gain a first-hand understanding of the effects of environmental legislation on industry.