Rosalyn was a researcher in Nesta's Government Innovation team.
She led the team's research on democratic innovations, including as part of the Democracy Pioneers programme. Her work also explored how civic crowdfunding models can lead to community ownership and governance of local assets, how innovations in technology and governance can help give people greater control over how they can use personal data and share it for the public good and how to understand the wider value of people-powered approaches.
Rosalyn has previously undertaken a PhD in sustainable cities and human behaviour, worked in a co-operative and in her spare time is involved in voluntary organisations.
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