Dr Emily Lawson DBE in conversation with Hugo Rifkind

Join us at our Business Breakfast with Dr Emily Lawson DBE, a renowned expert and top government delivery leader.

This is an exclusive opportunity to hear from one of the UK’s most respected industry figures in conversation with British journalist and Times columnist, Hugo Rifkind. 
Emily will be sharing her experience with our guests on how to deliver complex solutions, overcome obstacles and achieve results. During her career she has navigated some of the most complex challenges businesses and governments have faced in the last few decades.
Ignite your morning with networking, business insights and a delicious kosher continental breakfast.
All proceeds will help to transform the lives of Jewish children through our supported projects in the UK and worldwide.
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Dr Emily Lawson DBE is Head of the Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit and Director General of the newly created Delivery Group. In her role as Head of the PMDU, Emily secures the delivery of the Prime Minister’s top priorities and improves outcomes for the public. She set up the Delivery Group which spans No10, the Cabinet office and the Treasury, as part of her personal mission to improve and professionalise delivery capability across government, a fundamental part of driving progress on all government priorities. 
Emily previously worked at NHS England and Improvement where she led the operational delivery of the Covid-19 vaccine across the NHS in England from its inception and returned to this role to lead the booster programme. 
Emily was also the Chief Commercial Officer, and previously the National Director for Transformation for NHS England and Improvement. In this role, Emily oversaw procurement, estates, innovation, and other commercial functions across the health service.

Hugo Rifkind is a columnist, critic and leader writer for The Times and a presenter on Times Radio, having formerly been a columnist for the Spectator, GQ and the Herald. He is a regular panellist on BBC Radio 4’s comedy show The News Quiz, and an occasional guest on television shows that aren’t supposed to be funny at all. He has won two Press Awards, three Comment Awards and one Stonewall Award. He has also, to his even greater surprise, won awards for writing about both perfume and personal grooming. He was born and raised in Edinburgh, studied in Cambridge, and now lives in North London in a house where everybody else speaks German, including the dog.