Lisa McCance - Shared Intelligence
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Lisa McCance

Lisa McCance is a director and has worked at Shared Intelligence for 5-years on assignments making an impact at a local, regional and national level. She has extensive experience of designing and developing visions, strategies and programmes to deliver positive outcomes in support of local areas and their economy.

She has worked for and with local government across a variety of assignments, focusing on place-based outcomes and cultivating new partnerships. Lisa’s background in economic intelligence and strategy development ensures that she has a constant focus on closing the inequality gap across skills and employment, enterprise and innovation and place.

Current and recent assignments include developing local industrial strategies with LEPs, their partners and government departments, working with local government across a range of geographies to develop business cases for local government reform and creating Covid-19 recovery plans.

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Lisa McCance

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