Annemarie has a background in public policy working with local, regional and central government in the UK. In a previous role, she established the Asset Transfer Unit, overseeing national programs to transfer publicly owned land and buildings to communities. Annemarie was awarded an MBE for services to community asset ownership in 2015. On secondment to the Cabinet Office, Annemarie joined the ICT Futures Team, supporting IT procurement by Government departments. More recently, she ran her own consultancy business and pursued a range of innovative projects, including a community-managed Wi-Fi pilot scheme in South Wales and the Common Libraries initiative – which received an international OuiShare Award. She is the author of numerous publications in the health and care space with an emphasis upon data-driven innovation and the deployment of new technologies.
Why I work for Future Care Capital:
“I have oversight of FCC’s ‘engine room’ – with day-to-day responsibility for research, policy development and advocacy activities as well as leading on innovative collaborations with external partners, pilot project development and delivery.”
Annemarie is regularly interviewed and writes for the media about health and care policy as it relates to data, technology, and innovation. For example, she recently contributed to BBC Radio 4’s Analysis Programme and wrote this article for CityAM. Annemarie frequently speaks publicly on these topics and has recently spoken at events including a Guardian and Reform event about Making NHS Data Work for Everyone and a One Health Tech gathering about Establishing a Sovereign Health Fund. Please contact us if you have a media or speaking enquiry.