Lilli is an Advisor in the Washington D.C. office where she works on federal and state level projects. Prior to joining the D.C office, Lilli was an Associate Research Advisor in the Home Affairs and International Programmes team where she lead on the evaluation on a number of projects with different police forces and government agencies on reducing violence and recidivism as well as a number of projects with the French government ranging from encouraging individuals to pay their taxes online to encouraging individuals to buy more repairable laptops.
She has an MSc in Behavioural and Experimental Economics from the University of East Anglia and a BSc from the University of California, San Diego, where she majored in Mathematics and Economics and minored in Psychology. During her time at UCSD, she worked as a Research Assistant in the Perception and Cognition Lab where she conducted lab experiments studying how attention and expectation affect behaviour. Previous experiences also include working with Global Brigades in rural Honduras conducting household surveys and needs assessments and working as microfinance project coordinator in Dharamshala, India with EduCare India.