Kerry Sheehan is a specialist in service design, development, implementation, and innovation, currently supporting the UK Civil Service. Kerry is also award-winning public relations strategist.
Kerry's experience spans the UK Prime Minister's Office, Cabinet Office, Home Office, the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, health, tech, B2C and B2B sectors, including global brands such as Microsoft and Intercontinental. A qualified machine learning developer and in AI for business, provides counsel to executive management teams on the adoption of new technologies and artificial intelligence. This includes the implications of AI, including ethics, opportunities for operations, citizens, and customers as well as culture change and people upskilling. Kerry also advises and trains on what is required from leadership in the new and emerging eras, including AI standards and AI regulation.
Kerry, a strategic advisor to the Alan Turing Institute, is working with the British Standards Institute on the development of Global Standards for Artificial Intelligence.
Kerry, a member of the International Data Science Foundation, supports the UK Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation's Public Attitudes to Data and AI Group, bridging the gap between policy and citizens to ensure public engagement and adoption of AI4Good.
A CIPR Fellow for high-profile development of the PR profession globally, including supporting public relation practitioners with upskilling into data and AI for which she was awarded the Sir Stephen Tallents medal, Kerry also works with the UK Government Office for AI and is a Board member of We and AI, a not-for-profit organisation educating people on the rewards and risks of AI.
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