Charlotte was policy director at IT industry body TechUK, where she worked alongside tech companies and policy makers to encourage innovation and digital transformation in the UK economy.
Charlotte also acted as a policy fellow for the Centre for Science and Policy at the University of Cambridge.
A panel session with Tamsin Hodge (UK Hydrographic Office), Richard Masters (Exeter College), David Ferguson (EDF Energy), Faith Reynolds (Consumer Expert) and Charlotte Holloway (Politics & Policy).
Discussing the future of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) in the Education system and business in the South West.
Hosted by Adam Lusby (Exeter Business School) audience questions & discussion encouraged.
This is your oppotunity to contribute to a vital subject. The format is open and should be a lively informative discussion around STEM & Education.
No prior knowledge / entry-level