I was made to do lots of mapping when I first started out as a terrain analyst in the army, fell it love with it, and have been doing it ever since! In a previous life, I worked as a data scientist on public sector projects, including Crossrail, TfL, and various Government departments.
In a previous life I was a fashion designer where I learnt so much of what I’m applying on a daily basis here: understanding customer needs, empathy, product design and development. Pushing the team ahead on our mission is what has me jumping out of bed in the morning!
An award-winning marketer, Bloom mentor and graduate of the industry-acclaimed Mini MBA in Marketing, with seven years' industry experience, I'm driven by District 34's mission to use data science to give London's first-time buyers an unfair advantage.
Prior to joining District 34, I served as Parliamentary Assistant to Lord Best, chair of the Affordable Housing Commission. I now lead our public sector work to devise data-informed, tailored solutions to the urgent housing issues facing local councils today.
As a former Content Director, I’ve worked in global corporations, creative agencies and more recently, for myself. Through my own consulting business, I support ethical startups and small businesses with content marketing, content strategy and storytelling.
District 34's brand is strong and it's my responsibility to help it grow. I’m constantly exploring new ways of creating innovative design to keep District 34 looking awesome! I create bespoke illustrations for all of our work, build UI design and create animations.
Min has been involved in Big Data before it was cool. A founding member of Deloitte Forensic Analytics in 1999, he led its analytics lab in the UK and created DTect, a global tool used by the forensic team to pro-actively identify potential fraud.
Yẹmí is an architect and advocate for educational equality, social mobility and broadening access to the construction industry. She serves as non-executive board member of Women’s Pioneer Housing, and an ambassador for The Architects Benevolent Society.
Nathan is a Senior Investment Analyst at an impact fund which invests in Social Housing. He studied at Nottingham University before moving to Investment Management. He is passionate about demystifying the jargon-heavy property industry and getting more young people on the housing ladder.
Escape the London rent trap.