October 9th 2019 | Central London

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Bridget Workman

CEO, The Changing Work Company

Bridget is a world expert on Smart Working, property portfolio (asset /estate) management, workplace transformation and property performance measurement and for over 20 years she has been at the forefront of developing Smart Working principles and practice for the UK Government.

She leads The Changing Work Company offering strategic advice, change management and training to support businesses transitioning to Smart Working. Her clients include international public and private sectors. 

She is an author and creator of seminal publications Working without Walls, Working beyond Walls and the UK Government’s State of the Estate Reports, and she guided development of the PAS 3000:2015 Code of Practice on Smart Working and the ‘Look and Feel’ Blueprint for Government Hubs. She is a sought-after speaker at conferences and seminars worldwide.

Victoria Nowell

Smart Working Manager, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Victoria is the Smart Working Manager in the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sports – one of the most diverse and exciting departments in Whitehall. She was part of a very small team who has been responsible for changing not only the DCMS working environment but also introducing exciting new Smart Working practices and training. Their work was recognised by winning the national 2019 Smart Working Workplace award.

Twitter: @DCMS

Pamela Moffat

Senior OD business Partner, Staffordshire County Council

An Organisational Development leader of over 20 years, Pamela has spent much of her career working with large, complex organisations facing whole scale change.  She has spent the last 10 years working on cultural change and development programmes mostly relating to the Digital and Smart Working agendas from which she has grown her knowledge and expertise. From shaping strategy to delivery Pamela has played a leading role in Staffordshire County Council’s Smart Working approach over the last 3 years which is beginning to demonstrate real business impact and behavioural change.



Helen Hsein

Enterprise Customer Engineer, Google

Helen Hsein is an Enterprise Customer Engineer at Google. They joined the company in 2017 as a Customer Success Manager before taking over their new role in early 2019. Before joining the Google team Helen worked as an Agile Project Manager for Softwire. Helen received a BA in Computer Science and Dance from Wesleyan University. From there they went on to gain an MBA from the University of Miami. Helen currently resides in London.

Oliver Madden

Chrome Enterprise Browser Specialist, Google Cloud

Oliver Madden serves as an Enterprise Browser Specialist at Google where he provides support to businesses. In this role, he helps businesses utilize Chrome as an Enterprise grade browser through management tools, building vision, app strategy and deployment. Oliver has been with Google for over 5 years and most recently served as the Chrome Operations Lead for UK and EMEA. He is a Certified Deployment Specialist, Google Administrator and Google Educator. 

Aileen Evans

Group Chief Executive, Grand Union Housing Group

In a career spanning over 30 years in Social Housing, Aileen Evans has worked in a variety of roles in both Housing Associations and Local Authorities.  In July 2017 Aileen was appointed Group Chief Executive of Grand Union Housing Group, having previously been the Group’s Director of Operations.

Aileen has previously worked with the NHS to fund solutions to bed blocking.  She is also a founder member of SHOUT, the campaign for Social Housing.  Aileen is a qualified coach, Vice President of the Chartered Institute of Housing and Chair of the Governing Body of a local school.

Twitter: @bushbell