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Morlai Kargbo, Chibuzo Okpala, Rasheed Musa,



Dr Jacqui Wilkinson



  • Broad experience of British central and local government in policy, strategy and operational areas.
  •  Combined this work with academic study, most recently in association with Aston Business School.
  • Particular areas of expertise including implementing and developing government strategies; networking and complexity in public policy; transport and sustainability; and performance management and efficiency.
  •  Enthusiastic and goal-oriented with a proven track record in delivering major innovative programmes across Whitehall. 

As head of Sustainable Travel in the Department for Transport between 2003-2008, Jacqui championed the environmental and sustainability agenda both nationally and internationally.  This resulted in a dramatic escalation in recognition of the importance of this policy area, particularly in meeting UK Government priorities such as improving accessibility and social inclusion, encouraging regeneration, reducing pollution and carbon emissions and helping to increase levels of physical activity.  This work has involved extensive involvement with Government ministers.

She also set up the Whitehall Sustainable Travel Group, bringing together twelve Central Government departments to coordinate policy development on environment and sustainability. 

She set up and chaired the Sustainable Travel sub-group of the British Irish Council, resulting in a step-change in the implementation of sustainability projects across the British Isles.     

Between 1997 and 2003, she worked in the Highways Agency (HA) developing the ‘Influencing Travel Behaviour project’ with the aim of introducing sustainable travel into the HA’s operational activities; developed partnerships with strategic stakeholders and external bodies; proposed establishing the new Traffic Officer Service for the English motorway network; devised and introduced a new corporate and performance management structure and oversaw the privatisation of the management and maintenance of the strategic road network.

She is a fellow of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (FCIHT) ( and a member of their Sustainable Transport panel. She co-authored IHT’s 2008 publication ‘Sustainable Transport and Climate Change – The Challenge for Transport Professionals” and also their 'Making Smarter Choices' guidance.   She is also a committee member of CIHT’s Greater London Branch.

She is a fellow of the Chartered Management Institute (FCMI).

In 1993 she completed an MBA, winning a prize for her study of the take-up and implementation of quality management systems in the civil engineering industry. In 2002, she was awarded a PhD from London University for her research on the impact of networking on developing and implementing transport policy across the UK and Europe.

She has continued to be involved in academia, most recently with Aston Business, and continues to speak at academic conferences and contribute to publications. 

She has been a church organist for nearly 25 years and also enjoys singing, cycling and walking her dog.

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