Miatta Fahnbulleh is the chief executive of the New Economics Foundation. She has a wealth of experience in developing and delivering policy to empower communities and change people’s lives. She has been at the forefront of generating new ideas on reshaping our economy inside government and out. Prior to joining NEF she was the director of Policy & Research at the Institute of Public Policy Research. Before this, she was a political advisor to the Leader of the Opposition and led on the development of policies ranging from devolution to local economic growth, housing, energy and climate change and transport. She spent eight years at senior levels in the Cabinet Office, including as Head of the Cities Policy Unit, where she was responsible for driving forward the Government’s economic devolution agenda in England. Prior to this, she was the deputy director at the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit, leading on localism and local economic growth for No 10.
Events featuring this speaker
It's widely agreed we're in a climate crisis, but what do we do? Our panel looks at communities and new economic thinking.
Where was Bauhaus thinking headed when it closed down, what could and should it be doing for cities if it was recreated now?