Jane Mansour is an independent policy consultant. She has a rich and varied combination of international operational, research, evaluation and policy experience in the fields of low paid work, adult skills, participation and unemployment. Her expertise is in translating policy goals into practical, deliverable interventions.
Jane has been involved in the skills and work fields for twenty years in the UK, US and Australia, including the implementation, delivery and management of welfare-to-work programmes; developing new service delivery models; a wide range of evaluations; original research and working with grant giving organisations to inform investment decisions.
As an independent consultant, recent projects have centred on current and potential impacts of the changing labour market. Clients include the Good Help project, as well as various voluntary organisations, funding bodies, the World Bank, UK and US think tanks, service providers and social enterprises.
Jane was the founder and Director of the Ingeus Centre for Policy and Research, a think tank embedded within a welfare-to-work delivery organisation. She has a Research Masters in Public Policy from Birkbeck College, University of London and a Masters in English Literature from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.