Elizabeth is the Interim CEO of the Digital Poverty Alliance, which aims to end digital poverty in the UK once and for all by 2030.
An award-winning leader within charities, Elizabeth has over 15 years experience working within the not for
profit sector, including in charities focusing on education and raising aspirations.
Her work at the DPA focusses around leading the programmatic activity of the Alliance, alongside managing operations for its parent charity, the Learning Foundation. The DPA brings together government, industry and charities in the UK, and provides both advocacy for long term solutions, alongside practical delivery to support those in need to get online - with 14m in the UK rarely engaging with the digital world.
Elizabeth is based in south east England, and also holds Trusteeships in charities supporting both UK and international causes.
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