Ellie Lane has specialised in strategy development across the public sector and utilising technology to re-design public services. At 2020 Delivery, she has supported a collaboration of trusts to develop the strategy for one of its priority clinical academic programmes, including contributing to its education and training programme. She has also supported programme mobilisation of a digital innovation project for a pan-London organisation, focusing on user centred design. Ellie has also managed strategic delivery planning to reduce inequalities in access and early diagnosis of cancer across a number of trusts, including running workshops and co-designing interventions.

Before joining 2020 Delivery, Ellie’s experience included acting as a student ambassador for a charity supporting a human rights-based radio programme in Nepal. She held a committee role for a student charity focused on delivering low-cost and high-impact education resources, and also managed the resourcing to run inter-university athletics events.

Ellie has a first-class degree in History from the University of Cambridge, specialising in 20th Century international relations for which she researched a dissertation on post-colonial Indian internationalism. She was also the recipient of the Brendan Prize for an essay on the history of gender.