Victoria Bew specialises in delivering strategic projects across the public sector, with experience of public policy roles and non-governmental bodies from her work at the Financial Conduct Authority, and more recently as a consultant for the NHS and university sector.

At 2020 Delivery, she has supported leading organisations to design and develop their strategies, and operationalise them towards delivery. This includes developing strategic responses for clients to respond to government priorities, such as the BEIS Industrial Strategy, Brexit, and House of Lords Inquiry into Life Sciences. Victoria is experienced in business case delivery, including establishing strong governance and PMO approaches to turn strategy into reality.

Whilst at the FCA, Victoria led work designed to improve financial services in light of the UK’s ageing population, conducted high profile internal strategy work, provided economic analysis for thought leadership initiatives, and held a private secretary position in the CEO’s office.

Victoria has a BSc in Philosophy and Economics from the London School of Economics, where she specialised in Philosophy of Public Policy. She completed her dissertation examining the effectiveness of gender quotas on company boards. Victoria is currently enrolled in a Masters programme at the University of Cambridge (Judge Business School) in Social Innovation. She is particularly interested in interpersonal inequality, social welfare and decision-making.