Rozia Hussain

Think Impact Ltd


Rozia is a highly skilled leader in research, evaluation and impact measurement, which she has undertaken in various sectors such as local government, higher education, and the charity sector. She has managed numerous in-depth impact projects at University College London and the London School of Economics, and more recently she has led on data assessment projects for six organisations (museums, gardens, and libraries) at the University of Oxford. Rozia has also carried out strategic impact-related work in the form of creating Impact Strategies and Impact Frameworks for organisations such as Breast Cancer Care.Rozia implements participatory evaluation approaches in her work, utilising both qualitative and quantitative data collection methods. These methods include undertaking focus groups, interviews and storytelling in order to identify the most significant change. She is also a passionate advocate for co-creation and along with embedding this within her own project designs, she has evaluated the impacts of co-created projects such as the NHS Covid 19 project delivered by the University of Manchester.Rozia is a firm believer and practitioner in equitable evaluation, and endeavours to challenge and expand principles of objectivity, trust, transparency and validity in evaluation practices. She is a member of the UK Evaluation Society (UKES), the Charities Evaluation Working Group (ChEW), and an international network of ‘People of Colour Evaluators.’


Arts and Humanities Research CouncilUniversity of ManchesterImpact on Urban HealthThe Smallwood TrustSumerian FoundationWarwickshire County CouncilHeritage EnglandThe British Council