Sarah Hayes

CReDo (climate resilience demonstrator project) Strategic Engagement Lead, Connected Places Catapult

Sarah is an economist with over 20 years’ experience of working in data, infrastructure and regulation both in the UK and internationally, and is a strong proponent of the National Digital Twin. Sarah led and authored the National Infrastructure Commission’s seminal report ‘Data for the public good’, which advocates greater sharing of data across infrastructure sectors to achieve greater value from our data. Sarah has worked as a consultant, for a telecom’s operator, as a regulator and as a senior civil servant. She participates with a cross sector perspective in the energy, water, and telecoms data taskforces in the UK. She currently works as an independent consultant and is leading engagement for Connected Places Catapult’s Climate Resilience Demonstrator project (CReDo).

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