Phoebe is a complex systems thinker developing new systems and governance better suited for a complex world. Previously Researcher at Imperial College London in Microbial Engineering, now Associate Lecturer at Schumacher College, she has worked across multiple contexts applying a complexity and systems thinking lens to governance, organisational design, philanthropy, advising government, education and strategy. She sits on the Advisory Board of the International Bateson Institute. She is an ex-microbiologist and 10+ years systems thinker. She works across multiple societal contexts applying a complexity and systems thinking lens and has worked in organisational design, advised government, the education sector and the food and farming sector. Most recently, this is in the field of philanthropy and funding. She is working in The National Lottery Community Fund to implement systems-thinking approaches to funding and reporting models and leading insight and learning at the Digital Fund. Phoebe has been called “the voice of the emerging future” and “one of the most important systems thinkers of her generation”. She is a systems thinker developing new routes and approaches to perceiving complexity, and designing better systems and governance for a complex, interdependent world.