Head of Family and Philanthropy Unit, 2006-2008
During her time at Policy Exchange, Louisa oversaw research on family and philanthropy. Prior to this she wrote for the Financial Times, ran two charities and was an investment banker in London, New York and Hong Kong. She read Chinese at Cambridge University.
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