Rachel Neaman, consultant

Rachel is a renowned digital leader specialising in digital transformation, leadership, healthtech, skills and inclusion. She has extensive senior leadership experience in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors in the UK and internationally, including at the European Union, as the first Chief Digital Officer for the?UK Department of Health, and as a CEO in the not-for-profit sector. She now runs her own consultancy, Neaman Consulting, specialising in supporting Boards and executive teams with their digital transformation and in coaching and mentoring leaders and teams to succeed in a digital world. Passionate about harnessing technology for positive social outcomes and ensuring technology works for everyone, Rachel is particularly interested in the impact of technological change on society. Rachel holds a number of non-executive roles. She is a member of the Board of the Campaign for Social Science, and sits on the Advisory Boards of DigitalHealth.London and Digital Leaders, of which she is a former Chair. A strong advocate of the importance of diversity and gender equality, she mentors and supports girls and women interested in a career in technology. Rachel speaks regularly at conferences in the UK and internationally, is a regular judge of digital awards, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA). She has featured annually in Computer Weekly’s list of Most Influential Women in IT since 2016.

What are they talking about:

The role of technology in tackling trust and transparency issues in the Third Sector
  • Understanding current and emerging technologies that offer huge potential for clarity, trust and accountability
  • Supporting and developing a culture of innovation to drive the meet the consumer expectations from donors and beneficiaries
  • Using technology to share stories and bring donors closer to their impact