Tom was an intern in the Innovation Growth Lab where he assisted the rest of the team in fighting for a more experimental innovation and growth policy.
Prior to this Tom completed an MSc in Philosophy and Public Policy at LSE (Distinction), writing his dissertation on the relationship between behavioural economics and ethics.
He has two academic prizes from his undergraduate degree at the University of Manchester. Outside of work he enjoys travel and googling practically everything.
A little known fact about him is that he once got in the local county news for accidentally locking a group of teenagers in a castle.
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