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Professor the Baroness Wolf of Dulwich CBE

(Elected 2018)

Alison Wolf is the Sir Roy Griffiths Professor of Public Sector Management at King's College London and sits in the House of Lords as a cross-bench peer. She directs the International Centre for University Policy Research within the Policy Institute at King's and the MSc in Executive Management within King's Business School.

Baroness Wolf, who studied at the universities of Neuchâtel and Oxford, has been a policy analyst for the US federal government and has advised many governments and agencies, including the Australian government, OECD, DfE, BEIS and the Royal College of Surgeons. She is an academic member of King's College London Council and was founding Chair of Governors for King's College London Mathematics School. In 2011 she completed the Wolf Review of Vocational Education for the coalition government, which implemented her recommendations in full. She is currently a member of the expert panel for the government's Review of Post-18 Education and Funding (2018).

Her publications include Does Education Matter? Myths About Education And Economic Growth, The XX Factor: How Working Women Are Creating A New Society and Remaking Tertiary Education: Can We Create A System That Is Fair And Fit For Purpose? She was also a member of the Independent Panel on Technical Education, chaired by Lord Sainsbury.