Michelle is a director of Henley Centre where she heads up the public sector consultancy practice.
Michelle works with clients across Whitehall on projects concerned with improving delivery in the public services, long term strategy development and scenario planning. She leads Henley Centre’s research programme on British social change. Before joining Henley Centre, Michelle pursued academic research and publication in the field of international development.
This detailed study shows that food poverty is a form of social exclusion that is directly linked to the daily choices many of us make when we enter a supermarket.
This Collection argues that network poverty is the real challenge facing policy makers. But social exclusion can be solved through long-term, all-round investments.