Learning Services Coordinator, International Innovation
Research, Analysis and Policy
Nathan is the Learning Services Coordinator for the Global Innovation Policy Accelerator
The Global Innovation Policy Accelerator is a collaborative programme aiming to develop senior policymakers’ capabilities in innovation policy.
Prior to joining Nesta, Nathan worked as researcher and project coordinator for a varied set of European and national projects, mainly in relation to the circular economy and sustainability transition pathways; leading capacity building activities and conducting programme evaluations. He also coordinated training programmes for mid-level public sector professionals seeking to develop strong skills for designing and analysing evidence-based research.
Nathan holds an MSc in Public Policy and Human Development from Maastricht University/UNU-MERIT, and a BA in European Social and Political Studies from UCL. Strong supporter of the public sector and its missions, he has an interest in the topics of government innovation, design for policy, and sustainability. In his free time, you will most likely find him cooking, eating, or talking about food.
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