Lucie works as an Analyst Intern at Crest where she provides quantitative and qualitative analysis across a range of consultancy and research projects. She has a first-class Bachelor’s degree in European Languages and Cultures from the University of Groningen. She also holds a Master’s degree with distinction in Terrorism, Security and Society from King’s College London. Her MA dissertation explored the role of hegemonic masculinity in far-right terrorist ideology, employing a critical discourse analysis of terrorist manifestos.
During university, Lucie worked as a mentor for neurodivergent students. She currently volunteers as a correspondent for the Organisation for World Peace, writing articles on current affairs and human rights issues. She also volunteers for Shout, a mental health messaging support service.
In her spare time, Lucie enjoys pole dance, watching films and exploring vintage and charity shops.