Rebecca Daddow joined the team in August 2016 as C4CC’s Senior Programme Manager.
Rebecca’s commitment to social justice and interest in how behaviours, practices and cultures develop, has focussed her research and work in areas of health and care, community development, criminal justice and recovery from substance misuse for a decade. Her work has taken her across the private, public and charity sectors, and has enabled Rebecca to develop both strategic and operational experience of evidence based system and programme design, organisational, culture and behaviour change, and working with ‘vulnerable’ individuals and communities to co-create sustainable change. An example of her work can be found in the report ‘Whole Person Recovery: a user centred systems approach to problem drug use’ which she co-authored in 2010.
Rebecca is an avid tweeter, she loves to cross-stitch and is a reluctant runner. She is a trained mentor and has recently joined The Girls’ Network mentoring programme. She has a bachelor’s degree in History and Social Anthropology from Oxford Brookes University and a Masters in Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies from Kings College London.