Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the Fandango? My ODI 2013–2017 yearbook.

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Beitostølen, Kiev, Las Rozas.
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Travelling in style, looking for Barack, the best bed I’ve ever slept in.
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The SharePSI project: 45 partners in 26 countries — the best network I’ve ever been part of.
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Some things I helped to write.
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First iteration of the Data Ethics Canvas, created with Ellen Broad and the team.
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Paris offsite, Kat making friends in South London, Mandy my evil twin and the BFI’s love machine.
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My view from the DJ decks on our 3rd birthday, Christmas party 2015, Celebrating the completion of DaPaaS.
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Teaching each other new skills at an offsite, creating stock office photos, first day in Tanzania.
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My ODI labs big brothers, buying roses and handing them out to spread kindness, definitely two people that will always be in my life.
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Bring your whole self to work.
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SAYbox post-it notes from my final team meeting and a selection of SAYbox notes from 2015.
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Design, leadership, open culture, data, ethics, justice. These are my personal thoughts on work.

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