Member Since: 23rd Apr 2019
Amy is Head of Adult Skills and Innovation at Nesta. She helps to design and deliver programmes that test new ways to realise people's potential to innovate and help them develop the skills and attributes needed for an innovation-driven society. She is particularly interested in how innovation can tackle some of the big questions facing the UK's education system, and has spent the last 10 years developing education programmes which aim to develop the creativity and innovation potential of young people.
Before joining Nesta, Amy worked as Education Manager at English Heritage. She has a background in education practice having initially trained as a teacher.
Head of Adult Skills and Innovation Nesta
27th Nov 2019
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