chief reform officer
Pamela is chief reform officer at Catch 22, which delivers more local and human services across the social welfare cycle. She is a former senior Whitehall civil servant with experience of education and justice reform at the highest level. Serving as principal private secretary to Rt Hon Michael Gove MP in his role as secretary of state for education, and then again as his director of strategy at the Ministry of Justice, her particular interest is in public service improvement and how to change culture and practice using the machinery of government. More recently, she has been director of development, prison reform at HMP Wandsworth. Pamela has been a judge for the Academy of Ideas Debating Matters Competition for the past two years, including for the 2016 National Final, and helped found Debating Matters Israel. She also set up and runs De Beauvoir Debates, a quarterly event programme in North London.
DEBATING MATTERS HISTORY
DEBATE: DM Israel: Online Activism
DEBATE: DM Israel: Megacities