INLOGOV works with a wide group of Associates, Honorary and Visiting Staff whose skills and experience complement those of INLOGOV's staff. Amongst them are:
An expert on EU funding, European and EU issues of regional and local government who carries out research in the EU and contributes to post-graduate programme.
John Cade brings his experience of working as a senior local government officer to addressing issues around council’s governance arrangements with a particular focus on relationships and developing trust between Executives, Chairs and Scrutiny Members.
Andrew Coulson is a nationally-recognised expert on scrutiny in local government and is particularly interested in governance by committee.
Chris Game is the joint-author of the best-selling introductory text on Local Government in the United Kingdomwith wide interests in many aspects of politics.
Anne Halliday has worked with central and local government and the third sector. Her specialisms include Criminal Justice, Community Safety and JR. She is highly experienced in managing change, improving governance and performance, particularly in partnerships.
Helen has a strong practioner background, she has spent over 20 years working at Director level in both Local and National Government. She has run a Social Services Department, worked on Policy Development supporting Government Ministers, and had responsibility for the Development and Training needs of the 1 million plus Local Government Workforce. She has also served as an elected Councillor and as Leader of a London Borough Council.
Paul Joyce is an Associate at INLOGOV, University of Birmingham: a Visiting Professor in Public Management at Leeds Beckett University, and Publications Director of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS) which is headquartered in Brussels, Belgium. He has a PhD from London School of Economics and Political Science.
Chris Lawrence-Pietroni works on service redesign, leadership development and citizen/user engagement as enablers of service improvement and cost reduction. He is particularly interested in adapting and applying insights from the world of community organising and social movements to enable public service transformation
Dr Max Lempriere
Max is an INLOGOV Associate and has a PhD in political science from the University of Birmingham. He has taught for a number of years on many aspects of politics, public administration, research methods and academic skills. Prior to that he read political economy at the University of Birmingham and Stockholm University. His research interests include institutional theory, environmental politics, local government innovation and policy entrepreneurship.
Elke is an internationally recognised trainer and researcher of user and community co-production. She is the co-editor of the textbook "Public Management and Governance", now in its third edition, and Teaching Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She is a Director of Governance International and Senior Lecturer at Strathclyde Business School.
Philip Lloyd-Williams has over 20 years experience in local government law and governance. His areas of expertise encompass strategic management, organisational change and the place of elected officials and local democracy in local government. He is a practising Solicitor and has a PhD in local politics.
Anthony Mason has more than 20 years of consultancy experience across a wide range of public, regulatory and voluntary bodies. An experienced change manager, he specialises in helping local authorities’ public sector partnerships to achieve their aims.
John Mawson has extensive experience of working at the interface between research and practice, focusing in particular on the politics, management and development of cities and regions. His current research activity includes exploring the interaction between Universities and their localities through processes of engagement, leadership, evidence informed policy and practice, and knowledge exchange.
James Pratt a qualified ACA Chartered Accountant and a leading provider of financial and data analysis. Expertise in Total Place, collaborative working and Whole Place Agendas.