DAMA UK Committee
Lisa is Director of Data and Tech Services at the Open Data Institute. She heads up an expert team offering advice and guidance to companies and governments to build an open and trustworthy data ecosystem both inside the ODI and out.
Mark's vision is for DAMA UK to be the natural home for data management professionals who look to the DMBoK for inspiration and guidance, and who aspire to hold CDMP as recognition of their professionalism.
Christopher Bradley is an Independent Information Strategist with over 40 years of Information Management experience. Chris and his team at Data Management Advisors Ltd. advise global organisations on data strategy, capability uplift, data governance, and information exploitation. Chris is VP Professional Development at DAMA International, leading the worldwide CDMP & DMBoK developments, and is an author of the DMBoK 2 and lead author and examiner for the CDMP professional certification.
In 2016, Chris became the inaugural DAMA CDMP Fellow, and Chair of the Fellowship board, receiving the DAMA lifetime achievement award for services in furthering Data Management to the International Data Management community. He is also a Director of the E&P standards committee "DMBoard", sits on several International Data standards committees, and has written several books and papers.
Sue runs a small event management and business services company and supports DAMA UK and Team Defence Information.
Sue is responsible for managing DAMA UK. Her duties include managing membership, finance, the website, the design and layout of publications, and organising events. Please contact Sue in the first instance.
Nigel is Principal Information Management consultant with Global Data Strategy Ltd., specialising in data strategy, data quality, and data governance. Overall, he has worked in data management for over 25 years. He spent much of his career in British Telecommunications (BT), where he led a company-wide data quality improvement programme and ran information management and CRM practices.
Since leaving BT, Nigel has worked in a variety of consultancy roles, providing help and advice to over 150 global companies. He is a regular speaker, trainer, and chair at information management conferences and events.
Mo has 6 years of consulting experience on large-scale, cross-sector transformation projects in Digital and Innovation spaces. These sectors include Healthcare, Life Sciences, Rail, Oil & Gas, Energy, and Infrastructure as both as a Senior Consultant and for 2 years as a Managing Consultant. Mo has worked across several domains ranging from service design to data analytics as well as process improvement.
Mo is heavily familiar with the software development life cycle and has a keen eye for Innovation and Design Thinking. Well-versed in agile methodology, SCRUM, and product ownership and management. He has been focusing his efforts on data and its management with his clients, showing his commitment to improving standards, particularly in the public sector in Scotland.
His personal and professional interests lie in innovative and emerging technology, and how he can align these to bring effective improvements to the lives of end users.
James specialises in data strategy and architecture and has 25 years of experience in data and technology across a number of industry sectors, including Financial Services, Oil and Gas, Government, and Technology. James has a proven track record of helping organisations to transform their data and technology landscapes to unlock the full potential of their data assets. James has broad experience across all data capabilities and has successfully defined data strategies, technology strategies, business cases, market appraisals, technology selection, enterprise architecture, and delivered a variety of data solutions.
James believes in the smart application of innovative technology and methods to deliver modern solutions and enable market differentiation, and has used data mesh and data lakehouse approaches as well as data science and machine learning platforms to deliver modern analytics.
Jenny is Head of Data at the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, working to modernise the data infrastructure and culture at one of the UK’s oldest professional associations. She began her data career with a PhD in satellite oceanography, followed by 10 years working in research data management for the British Oceanographic Data Centre, specialising in data architecture and metadata management.
Jenny brings experience of membership engagement and collective influence from her work among established professional bodies. She is an avid learner and has recently added the CDMP practitioner badge to her quiver of qualifications.