Before joining Chatham House in 2014, Georgina worked in the Directorate for Central and West Africa in DG DEVCO at the European Commission and as a summer researcher at NATO.
Her research interests include the UK’s relationship with the EU, EU foreign and security policy and the future of the European Union. She has given evidence to select committees in the House of Commons and House of Lords.
She read Politics at the University of Edinburgh and holds an MA in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies from the College of Europe (Bruges).
Areas of expertise
- Britain and the EU
- European Union
- EU external relations
- EU Energy Policy
- Franco-British relations
|2016 -||Research Assistant and Coordinator, Europe, Chatham House|
|2015-16||Coordinator, Europe, Chatham House|
|2014-15||Administrator, Europe, Chatham House|
- Three Reasons the EU Will Reject the ‘Brexit War Cabinet’ Proposal 27 February 2018
- EFTA Court Could Answer Post-Brexit Judicial Quandary 31 January 2018
- Planning for Post-Brexit Britain’s Place on the Global Stage 18 May 2017
- What Does Emmanuel Macron’s Victory Mean for Europe and for Brexit? 09 May 2017
- Brexit: Energy Security Inquiry Report, EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee, January 2018
- Implications for energy policy Evidence to Parliament: Leaving the EU, Energy and Climate Change Committee, June 2017
- Brexit and energy security with Antony Froggatt and Matthew Lockwood, Evidence to Parliament: EU, Energy and Environment Sub-Committee, August 2017
- Brexit and energy security Evidence to Parliament: EU, Energy and Environment Sub-Committee, September 2017