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Speaker Biography

Nick Seddon

Nick is Deputy Director of Reform. Before joining Reform, Nick was Head of Communications at Circle, an employee-owned healthcare company. He has written columns and features for The Times, the Daily Telegraph, the Guardian, Economist, Spectator and Time Out, among others, including a weekly column for Third Sector. He has lectured and debated widely and appeared frequently on national television and radio. Nick has published a number of books and reports, including Who Cares?, which explored the relationship between the third sector and the state; and Quite Like Heaven? Options for the NHS in a Consumer Age, which was described by the Spectator as ‘seminal’. Nick is a Member of the Advisory Board of the National Council of Voluntary Organisations, a Member of the Advisory Board of Cass Business School, and the Chairman of the Directory of Social Change, an independent charity. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts.


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