For over 20 years, Anthony has led and developed information systems within the voluntary and government sectors, building sophisticated IT solutions for a disparate range of needs in organisations across the UK. He has led teams of developers and managers working with data from many diverse sources to produce reporting tools that better illuminate the benefits of practical projects. Anthony also has vast experience of managing projects in the voluntary sector, working with all types of partners to deliver successful outcomes.
From the early days of the web, George has played a leading role in its deployment in academia, and then business, at home and in developing countries. He was the founder and managing director of one of Ireland’s first privately-owned internet service provider for ten years, and is now a director in several technology companies. He has led several teams in providing software products and systems solutions for specific clients. He regularly takes workshops on the latest web technologies around the UK.
Within academia and business Christine’s computing career has spanned over thirty years, initially managing critical equipment in a university computer centre, from where she moved to systems analyst and became an active participant in a number of local and national world wide web initiatives, often with a leading role. Since leaving academe in 1998, she has directed operations in a number of Northern Ireland companies. Christine takes responsibility for customer satisfaction and support. Her technical skills range across web site creation and systems management.
Miles has over 20 years of experience in strategy and communications within the public and voluntary sectors. He has worked on management information systems that support internal monitoring and project delivery. But he is equally interested in how management information can help an organisation to tell its story to the outside world. Miles looks at “the story behind the statistics” – putting customer/beneficiary experience alongside the numbers to help organisations explain why their service matters.
Since 2001, Andy has created websites for a wide range of businesses and charities across the UK and Ireland. His knowledge of web technologies, an eye for good design and an understanding of SEO mean his sites not only look good, but deliver a client’s needs. Using a range of open source content management systems, Andy can provide anything from a simple one-page website to a complex website of many hundreds of pages, integrating data from other information systems. Client useability is at the heart of what Andy provides.
Mike is an environmental scientist with 30 years experience developing ways to create constructive interactions between people and their environment. He is an experienced researcher and elevator, with well developed consultation and engagement skills, analytical and reporting skills. Mike is a Director in the consulting group Resources for Change which specialises in helping organisations monitor, evaluate and report their impact.
Muki is a Professor of Geographic Information Science at the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, University College London (UCL). He is the co-founder and director of the UCL Extreme Citizen Science group, as well as the social enterprise Mapping for Change, both are dedicated to the use of participatory mapping and science to assist communities across the world. He specialises in participatory mapping and science, usability and Human-Computer Interaction aspects of geospatial technologies, and public access to environmental information.
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