Seize the Day – Making IT work for society
David Evans, the BCS Director for Policy and Community, wants to hear your views on how we keep BCS relevant in society. What role can and should BCS play? How might we achieve that role?
Whether you are a student who is yet to enter the profession, or a seasoned professional of many years, BCS wants to hear your views. David will talk about what is going on across BCS and he is ready for a lively debate to explore the future. Come and join the discussion about BCS so that we remain the professional voice for computing in our society.
David joined BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT in 2006. He is Director for Policy and Community. After a physics degree at the University of Southampton, David started his career in IT, then moved into a variety of marketing, communications and policy roles.
He has worked in a range of organisations from technology startups to global technology firm Intel Corporation. David’s background covers science and technology, marketing and communications, public policy and politics. In addition to being a professional member of BCS, he is also a member at the Institute of Directors.