Jamie Tang

Jamie Tang

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Jamie has extensive experience leading strategy and policy projects in an in-house capacity and as a consultant. His skill-set combines strategic thinking and problem-solving, practical project management to facilitate outcomes; qualitative and quantitative analysis, and sophisticated stakeholder engagement. Jamie is passionate about building effective partnerships between diverse organisations to achieve positive social impact.

Influential work

  • Led UK healthcare market entry for a global human services provider, including forming a major strategic partnership with a world-leading applied research centre and winning a multi-million pound tender to deliver a new National Health Service (NHS) programme
  • Facilitated development of corporate and business unit strategic plans for a global human services provider
  • Led development of a new integrated child and family service, including forming strategic partnerships with a national charity and a local authority and designing an innovative service model
  • Reviewed services for 0-2-year-old children against financial and social objectives for Australia’s largest childcare provider and recommended changes
  • Reviewed a government programme to improve services for vulnerable children and young people by facilitating partnerships and local level service planning.

Outside of Nous

Jamie has worked in policy and strategy roles across a range of sectors, including in government, social enterprise and industry. Most recently, he was head of strategy at Ingeus, a London-based global provider of employment services, healthcare, youth services and apprenticeships. Prior to that he was with Goodstart Early Learning, Australia’s largest child care provider.

Jamie holds a Master of Management (Economics) and Bachelors of Arts and Science from the University of Melbourne, and is a qualified PRINCE2 Practitioner.

In his spare time...

Jamie enjoys running around East London’s parks, canals and markets, with increasingly frequent stops for coffee and snacks. He plays the occasional game of touch rugby, having previously represented Wales.