Eliza Easton

Founder at Erskine Analysis

Policy Fellow, Centre for Science and Policy

Eliza is the founder of the Erskine Analysis think tank. Current projects are on 'Keeping the UK's creative industries globally competitive' and 'How tertiary education can support CreaTech'.

She was previously Head of Policy at the Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC) and the Creative Economy team at Nesta, the UK’s innovation foundation. She worked with researchers in the PEC consortium on all areas of policy relating to the creative industries including research and development, artificial intelligence, trade and diversity. She has published on the subject of immigration policy and co-authored a paper on creativity and the future of skills.

Prior to joining Nesta and the PEC, Eliza was part of the founding team of the Creative Industries Federation, a membership body for the creative industries. She has also worked in the curatorial team at Waddesdon Manor, a National Trust property.

  • 24 April 2024, 5:30pm

    2024 CSaP Annual Cleevely Lecture: Dr Dave Smith, National Technology Adviser

    The Government, science policy, and products - from concept to consumer: After six months as the first full time National Technology Adviser, Dave Smith will reflect on how UK government investment in the science base supports our private sector and how the Science and Technology Framework guides government innovation policy today.