Billie-Louise Schlich works as an analyst at Technopolis Group. She has a background in chemistry and environmental science as well as environmental policy, law and economics. She is trained in a range of quantitative methods including statistics, environmental impact assessment and life cycle analysis. Her experience with computational methods and modelling stems from her thesis project, where she studied a global atmospheric chemistry model and biogenic chemical release in London. This work was adapted for publishing in a scientific journal.
Prior to joining Technopolis Group, Billie was an account executive at an Environmental PR agency where she advised on science communication and conducted statistical analyses of data from national surveys.
Billie obtained her First-Class (Hons) undergraduate MSci degree in Chemistry from the University of Bristol before subsequently enrolling on the Environmental Technology MSc at Imperial College London and specialising in Environmental Resource Management.