Ewen McKinnon

Wellbeing and Big Society Policy, Analysis and Insights Team at Cabinet Office

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Wellbeing and Big Society Policy, Analysis and Insights Team, Cabinet Office
Policy Fellow Alum, Centre for Science and Policy

Ewen McKinnon currently works on national wellbeing and Big Society policy analysis in the Cabinet Office, where he has been based since April 2011. Previously he spent four years working at the City of London Corporation on service innovation projects across local government in England; these projects were targeted at supporting vulnerable groups and tackling social exclusion in a sustainable way. He also managed a programme of research on Digital Exclusion.

During a previous stint at the Cabinet Office earlier in his career, Ewen was responsible for reporting against the PM's 2002 ecommerce target, international benchmarking, and working on broadband and e-government policies. He also worked in Washington DC for five years managing bilateral research and development projects for the MoD and DoD, directing trials and analysing results. His first role in the civil service was designing and installing secure data networks for the Navy.

Ewen is a Chartered Engineer; he studied Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Birmingham University and has an MBA from Imperial College London.

To read about Ewen's experience as a Policy Fellow in Cambridge see here.

  • 17 October 2013, 5:30pm

    CSaP Distinguished Lecture: Sir Mark Walport

    Speaker: Sir Mark Walport This lecture will be streamed live here: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/csap-distinguished-lecture

  • 29 September 2011

    Measuring national well-being

    In July 2011 the Office of National Statistics published a report with the key findings from a national debate to measure the nation's well being. This seminar will provide a forum for discussion and an outline of next steps.