Rosie Beauchamp was previously a Volunteer at the Progress Educational Trust (PET), and a Volunteer Writer at its free weekly email news digest, commentary service and website BioNews. She is also a Policy Adviser at John Murray Consulting Partners where she works on issues surrounding health policy, with a focus on National Health Service reforms and specialised healthcare. She has an MSc in Biomedicine, Bioscience and Society from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where her research focused on the effects of direct-to-consumer genetic testing on concepts of ethnicity. Previously, she worked at the Young Foundation on its UpRising leadership programme. She graduated in Religious Studies from the University of Edinburgh, where she wrote a dissertation on the representation of religious voices in the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority's Review of Hybrids and Chimeras.