phone: 07780 223030
Josie has been transforming public services for over 12 years, as a Special Adviser to the Labour government, a management consultant, and a leader of social enterprises delivering public services. Her experience spans policing, criminal justice, immigration, skills, education, economic growth, welfare, civil service reform, local government, health and defence.
She is chair of North London Cares, a fast growing charity which helps older people, and she is a trustee of Alcohol Concern, the national Alcohol charity.
Josie is actively involved in the Labour Party, advising on various policy and organisational reviews and training aspiring female candidates for elected office for LWN. She also provides strategic advice to Labour's team in the Lords and our sister party, the Co-operative Party.
Josie co-founded Don’t Judge My Family, the campaign against the marriage tax allowance.
Subjects: Benefits & Welfare, Business & Finance, Civil Liberties, Crime, Defence,Democracy & Constitutional Reform, Education (Schools), Education (Further & Higher), Education (Lifelong Learning), Equalities (Women), Health (NHS Reform), Health (Public Health & Community), Immigration, Local Government & Communities (General), Older People, Policing, Prisons & Probation, Young People
Regions: East of England, East Midlands, London, North East, North West, Scotland, South East, South West, Wales, West Midlands, Yorkshire and Humber