Elaine Birch Ruffell
|Elaine Birch Ruffell|
|Alma mater||National School for Government, University of Manchester, King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls|
|Member of||Institute for Statecraft|
Senior fellow of the Institute for Statecraft with a focus on "National Security Leadership, Strategy and Architecture". "Led assessment & disruption of narcotic trafficking from Afghanistan to Europe"
Elaine Birch Ruffell had a "30-year career within the UK Government undertook major transformation projects in both the Cabinet Office (implementing the findings of the Butler Report) and the Foreign Office (developing a multi-level leadership & talent management framework), Enhanced cross-boundary/cross-border collaboration on transnational threats with the public, private & third-sectors and pioneered a new strategic foresight capability to underpin the UK National Security Strategy". She "Works with governments across Europe, North and Latin America advising on Parliamentary oversight, organisational & leadership development, building strategic assessment capabilities and developing cutting edge 'collaborative platforms' that revolutionise how knowledge is gathered & shared globally".
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