Carin Eisenstein

 

Carin is a Consultant in the Measurement and Evaluation team, working on a range of charity and funder projects. In particular, she works with charities to design and implement measurement tools and practices. She also manages the Stone Family Foundation Mental Health portfolio.

Before joining NPC, she worked as a researcher at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, supporting child and adolescent mental health services with their outcome measurement. Prior to this, she worked at the Swedish Institute for Social Research in Stockholm.

Carin also worked as a strategy consultant at Deloitte, advising organisations within the healthcare and technology sectors. She brings experience in programme delivery within youth and homelessness-services in the US and has also worked clinically in adult mental health services.

Why I work at NPC

NPC brings together interested and passionate people from across sectors and areas of work. It’s exciting to be a part of efforts—both small-scale and systemic—to tackle complex social issues with evidence and insight.

A snapshot of my work at NPC

Blogs

NHS & VCS at 70: NHS charities—towards an understanding of impact

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