I joined Reform as a researcher in October 2018. Since then, I have worked on projects looking at how we can make our public services better and smarter, such as using blockchain to improve information sharing across the NHS. Prior to Reform, I worked on policy and public affairs at IPSE, an organisation that advocates on behalf of the self-employed. At IPSE I was able to work on issues ranging from the ever-growing gig economy, to the future of fulfilling work in a digital age. I have an MSc in Inclusive Development from King’s College London and an MA in International Relations from the University of St Andrews.