I am an educator and technologist with over ten years’ experience managing digital teams and innovation. At the Humanitarian Leadership Academy I lead our award-winning digital learning team. I believe that technology can empower and expand the reach of our humanitarian work, enabling us to support more vulnerable adults and children worldwide. In 2019 I was awarded a fellowship from the 1851 Royal Commission for my work on immersive learning technology. I have presented research at the Royal Society and was featured on BBC Countryfile. As a consultant I have worked with large corporate and charity clients, including British Airways, National Trust, Oxfam, Tesco and the United Nations. Before specialising in learning technology, I was a special educational needs teacher where I supported children with autism, communication and interaction difficulties. I hold a law degree with electives in communications, data and intellectual property.
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I am a part-time filmmaker and love classic cinema.