As a Senior Programmes Manager, Ben supports the development and delivery of What Works for Children’s Social Care programmes, which aim to improve outcomes for children, young people and their families.
Prior to joining the WWCSC, Ben worked at Frontline, supporting alumni of social work leadership programmes to effect systemic change for children and families across the areas of practice, policy and innovation. He is passionate about using data tools and evaluation frameworks to support innovation within the sector.
Outside of work, Ben is a fan of reading, walks exploring London and attends a few commercial dance classes (but please don’t ask to see him dance!)
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