New Policy Fellows for Lent Term 2021

3 December 2020

New Policy Fellows for Lent Term 2021

We are delighted to announce the names of the successful applicants to the Policy Fellowship Programme for Lent Term 2021. We look forward to welcoming the following newly elected Fellows in Cambridge next year:

Huda AlHashimi, Chief of Strategy and Government Innovation at UAE Government

Tom Bucke, Head of Unit, Serious and Organised Crime Research and Analysis, Home Office Analysis and Insight Directorate

Rosie Cornelius, Head of Analysis and Performance, UK Research and Innovation

Natalia Domagala, Head of Data Ethics, Cabinet Office

Gabriel Elefteriu, Director of Research and Head of Space Policy, Policy Exchange

Mohammed Hussain, Head of Multilateral Engagement and International Nuclear Safety, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Peter Jelfs, Tax Specialist, Consultant Specialist, Department for International Trade

Tom Maitland, Senior Associate, Global Fiscal Policy, PwC

Callum Maxwell, Head of Wider Public Sector Cyber Defence, Government Security Group, Cabinet Office

Tom McNeil, Strategic Adviser to West Midlands Police & Crime Commissioner & Strategic Board Member, West Midlands Police & Crime Commissioner’s Office

Giorgio Parolini, Head of Advanced Fuels, Department for Transport

Camilla Thompsell, Deputy Principal Private Secretary – National Security & Public Safety, Home Office

Alexis Wagner, Manager, Food and Beverage Processing, Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED), Government of Canada

Benjamin Wannenwetsch, Head of Technology & Capital Investment, British Consulate-General Munich

Invitations to researchers to meet the new Fellows will be sent out over the coming weeks. The Centre would like to thank the members of the election panel for their contributions to reviewing the candidates' applications.

To apply to the Policy Fellowship, please click here.

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