Head of Digital Advocacy,
Management Team member
Liz Coll is a consumer policy analyst and expert on consumer behaviour in the digital age, specialising in the impact of connected, digital technology on markets, consumers and regulation. She currently leads Consumers International’s digital advocacy strategy. She is a regular speaker, panelist and author on consumer data and digital issues in the UK and globally.
Previously at Consumer Futures, the UK’s statutory consumer body, her work on consumer principles for online public services was taken up by the UK Government Digital Service; she also led work on collaborative peer to peer networks, privacy and the role of personal data in consumer empowerment. Before that she was a strategic advisor at global sustainability nonprofit Forum for the Future, working with public and private sector clients' organisational change, and a researcher at London School of Economic’s (LSE) Centre for Risk and Regulation. She has a BA in Politics from the University of Sussex and an Msc in Political Sociology from the LSE. Liz sits on a number of groups representing consumer interests in digital matters, including UK domain name registry Nominet, and has worked with business groups and major digital companies to champion consumer-centered practice.
Liz is based in London.
Email Liz: firstname.lastname@example.org