From 1 January 2021 I’ll be a freelance consultant available for research, policy and advocacy work on data, information, media, digital, government and data visualization. That includes helping your organisation visualise and communicate data more effectively. I’m an accomplished facilitator, chair and host. I’m also working on a book about data.
If you’d like to discuss working together, please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’ve spent the last seven years working on data and digital government at the Institute for Government, most recently as programme director. At the Institute, I led and developed the organisation’s flagship Whitehall Monitor project (which analyses and visualises the size, shape and performance of central government in the UK), designed data analysis and visualisation training and tools to support people across the organisation to use data more effectively, and created the Data Bites event series (which I will continue to run as an associate of the IfG).
Before joining the IfG, I worked at the highest level of British politics as political adviser on culture, media and sport to Rt Hon Harriet Harman QC MP and the shadow Cabinet (2012-13). Before that, I worked at the Media Standards Trust (2007-12), where my main job was building the Orwell Prize into an organisation that thrives today as the Orwell Foundation.