Public Engagement, Comms & Impact Manager, ADRC-NI (ADR Northern Ireland)
Elizabeth is Public Engagement, Communications & Impact Manager for the Administrative Data Research Centre Northern Ireland (ADRC-NI), where her remit includes developing partnerships with voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector groups as well as policymakers. Based in the School of Nursing at Ulster University, Elizabeth holds a Master of Laws in Human Rights Law from Queen's University Belfast, and completed an honours Political Science degree at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Elizabeth was previously the Parliamentary and Campaigns Officer for the Northern Ireland Council for Ethnic Minorities. She has extensive experience in engaging with vulnerable and disadvantaged communities, and enhancing the participation of these groups in politics, research and policymaking.
Project Administrator, ADRC-NI (ADR Northern Ireland)
Samantha is the Project Administrator for the Administrative Data Research Centre Northern Ireland (ADRC-NI). Samantha is responsible for all the administration associated with the programme, including acting as first point of contact for project-related questions.
Co-director, ADR Scotland (Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research)
Professor Chris Dibben is Director of the Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research (SCADR), and is Chair of Geography at the School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh. He is co-lead for the ADR Scotland partnership, and runs a team of researchers working on the Lifelong Health and Wellbeing Strategic Impact Programme, exploring data relating to health and wellbeing impacts of commuting, education, and Scotland’s New Towns. Chris is also a member of the ADR UK Leadership Committee.
Co-director, ADR Scotland (Scottish Government)
Roger is the Scottish Government’s Chief Statistician and Data Officer. He has overall responsibility for the coordination and implementation of professional standards that help maintain trustworthiness in the use of data, its quality, and that deliver improved outcomes for people in Scotland. Roger is co-director of ADR Scotland and a member of the ADR UK Leadership Committee.
Head of Data Sharing & Linkage Unit, ADR Scotland (Scottish Government)
Alessia is the senior officer within Scottish Government responsible for maximising the impact of the ADR Scotland investment. As a dually qualified Italian/Scottish Solicitor and Notary Public, Alessia had a former career in private practice, and since joining the Scottish Government she has led on a number of change programmes in fast-paced and high profile policy areas.
Executive Manager, SCADR (ADR Scotland)
Tracey is responsible for the development and delivery of the Scottish Centre for Administrative Data Research (SCADR)'s programmes and, together with colleagues in Scottish Government, for the successful delivery of the ADR Scotland programme of work. She has extensive experience of management within universities and supporting senior academics in the development and implementation of strategy, most recently as Director of Professional Services in the School of GeoSciences at the University of Edinburgh.
Co-Director, ADR Wales (Swansea University)
David is Professor of Informatics at Swansea University and Co-Director of ADR Wales. David leads the SAIL Databank and is also responsible for the development and use of Swansea’s Secure e-Research Platform (SeRP). David is the principal investigator and Director of the Multiple Sclerosis Register and is also the deputy Director of the Health Data Research UK (HDR UK) site for Wales and Northern Ireland. David is Co-Investigator on a number of research grants including Healthwise Wales, Challenging Human Environments and Research Impact for a Sustainable and Healthy Digital Economy (CHERISH-DE) and National Centre for Mental Health (NCMH). David is an active member of numerous committees, including the ADR UK Leadership Committee, and national bodies relating to health informatics and health-related research.
Co-Director, ADR Wales (Welsh Government)
Glyn has held the position of Chief Statistician for the Welsh Government since 2013 and is the Co-Director of ADR Wales and a member of the ADR UK Leadership Committee. Glyn has been a member of the Government Statistical Service since 2000. As Chief Statistician, Glyn is responsible for the production of official statistics produced by the Welsh Government and plays a lead role in cross-administration statistical issues. Glyn was previously a member of the Board for the Administrative Data Research Network (ADRN).
Head of Project Development & Impact, ADR Wales (Welsh Government)
Sarah is the Head of Project Development and Impact for the Welsh Government part of ADR Wales. Sarah led the Welsh Government Programme to Maximise the Use of Existing Data from 2009-2018, succeeding in acquiring several rounds of ESRC funding to deliver policy-related data linking projects for Wales. Before this, Sarah led the Welsh Government Surveys Team, being closely involved in the development of the Living in Wales 2008 survey and has had roles in various social research co-ordination and delivery functions of Welsh Government since 2001. For the first five years of her 24-year career in the Government Statistical and Social Research Services, Sarah worked at the Office for National Statistics (1995-2000), delivering the National Diet and Nutrition Survey: young people aged 4 to 18 years.
Head of Programmes, ADR Wales (Swansea University)
Jon is Head of Programmes and Chief Operating Officer in Swansea University Data Science. Jon is an experienced senior manager who has successfully delivered a wide range of large strategic programmes and projects in the public, private and third sectors across the UK and internationally. Jon is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute (FCMI) and a PRINCE2©, MSP©, and Agile© registered practitioner and SCRUM Master©. Jon’s role is to manage all aspects of delivery of Swansea University’s role in ADR Wales, and, with colleagues in Welsh Government, to input into the operations of ADR UK.