Senior Advisor for OXGS Digital Cluster
Claire Milne is a Visiting Senior Fellow in the Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
She has had a long and varied career with telecommunications policy as its central theme. Since 1989 she has worked as an independent consultant, providing policy and regulatory advice in dozens of countries on all continents, including recently in The Bahamas, Bhutan, Myanmar, Somalia and Iraq. In parallel she has served on several public bodies in the UK, including the premium rate service regulator Phone-paid Services Authority (then ICSTIS) and the Internet Watch Foundation.
In 2015 she was awarded an MBE for services to the telecommunications sector.
Her early career was with BT, where her responsibilities included network engineering, marketing strategy and regulation. She has degrees in Mathematics (Cambridge University) and Statistics (Imperial College).
See more about Claire Milne’s research, teaching and publications here.
Areas of expertise
- Public policy for IoT and related technologies
- Consumer affairs
- Consumer representation
- Nuisance calls
- Telecommunications policy and regulations
- Universal service