Katy Hampshire

Katy Hampshire

Director of Operations & Programmes

Education and Employers

Using technology to support staff volunteering to inspire the next generation

Session Overview

We know that the world of work in the future will look different to the world of work today with technology and AI some of the many factors impacting the future job market. How do young people’s aspirations match the jobs likely to be available to them and how can we support and influence their aspirations and understanding of the world of work?

Research from Education and Employers shows employer engagement activities within schools has a positive impact on young people – it’s also of interest to organisations as they seek to diversify their future talent pipeline and fill skills shortages.

But how can you achieve these twin aims simply and cost effectively? Education and Employers has not only developed state of the art technology to support staff in volunteering their time and sharing their stories but adapted the technology to help fill the thousands of governor vacancies at schools across the country. Katy will tell us how this has enabled staff to really help shape the school agenda whist developing their leadership skills.

Speaker's biography

Katy is a Director of Education and Employers with leadership across the charity’s volunteering programmes directly engaging with young people and with responsibility for the operations including the online technology.

Katy previously worked for VSO (an international development charity) as Head of Programme Delivery for ICS, a youth volunteering programme. Between 2002 and 2011, Katy worked in corporate finance for EY, FTI Consulting and HSBC. In addition, Katy has spent time volunteering in India and Uganda and is a trustee of Brighter Futures Zambia.