Ellie is one of the most organised people we know.

She’s worked with technology since leaving university when she bagged a job at Accenture and advised FTSE100 companies on how to improve their digital performance. She then spent time at the LSE working as an academic researcher, before moving to NPC – a leading think-tank and consultancy for the charity sector. There Ellie facilitated strategy reviews and helped charities implement systems to capture evidence of their impact. Her clients include the MS Society, the British Heart Foundation, Deutsche Bank’s CSR programme.

Sh kept busy at Outlandish managing some of our most exciting projects including Audience Finder, a big data dashboard which helps arts organisations understand their audiences better, and the British Council’s Social Monitor, an open-source tool which crunches social media data. She draws on her experience from the private, public and charity sector to support Outlandish, and its clients, to develop clear strategy and push the boundaries of data analytics.

Ellie left Outlandish in 2010 to pursue her work on impact measurement and evaluation full time.