Lorraine is responsible for developing and communicating our policy thinking to our members, the media, the government and other key stakeholders. She leads EEF's policy positioning on the innovation support landscape and develops and prepares publications, briefings and blog posts on innovation support, digital infrastructure and 4IR policy.
Lorraine also participates in responding to government consultations and parliamentary inquiries.
Prior to joining EEF she worked in education and skills policy. Lorraine studied Law and French at Lancaster University and has an MA in Public Policy from the University of Reading.