Until early 2009 I was a civil servant with responsibility for digital media strategy at the UK Ministry of Justice. I led a team managing a portfolio of websites and was a leading light in shaping and pushing the agenda for web2.0 / social media adoption in government.
I took an extended break from work to spend time with my family.
Now I work at the UK Government Digital Service helping to transform public services.
Amongst other things I founded Govcamp and Teacamp.
Before I joined the civil service, I worked on web ’stuff’ in wider public sector, corporate, and agency environments.
- Maud Road
- St Osmond's
- Hardye's School
- Weymouth College
- University of Southampton
- Surrey Marketing College
- Government Digital Service5 - presentTransformation Lead
- Wired Wessex
- Lord Chancellor's Department
- Department for Constitutional Affairs
- Cabinet Office
- Ministry of Justice