Rachel Neaman

CEO, Corsham Institute

Rachel is CEO of Corsham Institute (Ci), a not-for-profit organisation working for a fair, inclusive, prosperous and creative society based on trust and security. A specialist in digital transformation, leadership, skills and inclusion, Rachel was previously Director of Skills and Partnerships at Doteveryone, the organisation founded by Baroness Martha Lane Fox to make the internet work for everyone. Before that, she was Chief Executive of the digital skills charity Go ON UK, which merged with Doteveryone in April 2016. Prior to joining Go ON UK, she was Digital Leader and Head of Profession for Digital at the Department of Health, responsible for digital strategy, policy and transformation. From 2013–16, Rachel was Chair of Digital Leaders, a global initiative for senior leaders promoting effective, long-term digital transformation She is now a non-executive member of the Advisory Board. Rachel is also a non-executive member of the DigitalHealth.London Advisory Board and the UKCloud Health Advisory Board.

Rachel has extensive senior leadership experience in the public, private and not-for- profit sectors in the UK and internationally. She is a regular speaker at conferences and seminars, a frequent judge of digital awards and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA). Rachel was awarded the Digital Leaders’ 100 Founder’s Award in 2017 and featured in Computer Weekly’s list of 50 Most Influential Women in IT in 2016 and 2017.