founder and director, Common Vision (CoVi): co-author, A Generation Apart: Were young people left behind by the EU referendum?
Caroline Macfarland is the founder and director of Common Vision (CoVi), a think tank analysing the behaviours, expectations and values of the millennial generation to help shape a future based on shared values and the common good. Prior to founding Common Vision Caroline was managing director of ResPublica, the think tank credited with developing the Coalition government’s ‘big society’ agenda, and has also worked at the Fabian Society and the Big Lottery Fund in consultancy roles.
In 2014 she helped set up the new foundation Power to Change, which funds and supports community-led businesses. Caroline studied at the University of York, the University of Copenhagen, and the London School of Business and Finance. She has written for UK and international publications and is a regular public speaker.
Follow Caroline on Twitter: @carolinemacf
Saturday 22 October, 10.00 Frobisher Auditorium 2
Generational inequality: who should pay for the future?