Dr. Adam Lent is director of programme at the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce - the RSA. He has responsibility for the RSA's thought leadership and practical innovation work which focuses on the reform of public services, the encouragement of enterprise and the improvement of educational standards. He also manages the team that works with the RSA's 27,000 Fellows to develop innovative solutions to social and economic problems. Since starting at the RSA he has helped the Society establish its chain of academy schools and sign its first major public service delivery contract working in the field of drug and alcohol recovery. Prior to the RSA, Adam has worked as a freelance researcher, a lecturer at Sheffield University and as head of economics for the Trades Union Congress.
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