Anneclaire hold an MSc International Health Management from Imperial College and is passionate about patient empowerment and using technology to improve care delivery. She enjoys showing people the benefits that technology can have for their personal life, as well as how technology trends and developments can disrupt industries and companies.

Anneclaire has recently started a new role as Innovation Specialist for Cancer Research UK (CRUK) and looks to leverage her creative skills and passion for technology to help beat cancer sooner.

Before joining CRUK, she worked as a Consultant for DXC, a global provider of next generation technologies, and as a Research Associate for the Leading Edge Forum (LEF), an information technology research and advisory services firm.

With her background in Healthcare and Life Sciences, she supported the haptic sensing research capability of the LEF’s 21st Century organization framework to develop and deliver healthcare related digital recipes in support of LEF’s Xperience Lab advisory service.

At DXC, she has worked on numerous projects in Healthcare and Life Sciences, amongst which the first-of-its-type Trafford Care Coordination Centre (TCCC), an innovative centre that aims to provide patients, families and care providers with significantly improved patient experience and efficiency across the healthcare system.

She also chaired DXC’s Young Professional Resource Group, an employee resource group focused on creating an inclusive and collaborative environment that aids in the retention and professional development of DXC’s young professionals.