About

Associate Editor at Wonkhe, for all things higher education.

Passionate about education policy, evidence and innovation.

Tweet @LouisMMCoiffait, present at events. blog here, and am sometimes in the media.

Volunteer governor at a Tower Hamlets school, and Chair of a federation of eight Hackney schools. RSA Fellow.

Worked previously as Head of Education at think tank Reform.

Before that on in-house freelance contracts in the Impact team at NFER, and as Head of Research and Data at The Careers & Enterprise Company. Also as an external consultant for clients such as Taylor & Francis, HEPI and the University of Liverpool

Prior to that founding CEO of NAHT Edge.

Before that Head of Research / Co-Founder at the Pearson Think Tank and then Office of the Chief Education Advisor, Sir Michael Barber. Editor of Open Ideas and Blue Skies.

Early career at FreshMinds Research, a healthcare multinational, for a Cabinet Minister in a UK Gov. Department, an MP, at the Teacher Training Agency, Westminster Council, and the Higher Education Academy. Worked and studied in Los Angeles for two years with roles at the UCLA Anderson Management School and a start-up.

Other voluntary experience includes Advisory Board of Edukit, and developing the social enterprise Work&Teach, a personal development programme that enables high-potential employees to be paid to teach on a part-time basis in local schools and colleges.

Studied at York, UCLA and Cambridge.

‘Enthusiastic’ player of misc. sports, always learning how to use a camera better, East London denizen and, despite the name, a Yorkshireman.

See Twitter or LinkedIn for further info.

All views expressed here are solely my own personal opinion, in no way representing any organisation.

Unless indicated otherwise, all content (including text, videos and photos) is my own, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

 

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