Sam is an associate fellow at IPPR.
Sam is head of economy at Green Alliance, and a political consultant specialising in net zero and the economic policy. He is a member of Chatham House’s governing council focusing on widening access and research. Sam has worked as an adviser to the Labour Party, was a senior adviser to Tony Blair, and led on Brexit and industrial strategy for the Wellcome Trust. Outside of work Sam is a school governor in Camden, a trustee for Bristol Museums and a mentor with the Social Mobility Foundation. He holds a MSc in Climate Change.
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