Kate Andrews is the Head of Communications and a Research Fellow at the Adam Smith Institute. She is responsible for handling the Institute’s media and donor relations, and her key interest is in international healthcare policies and structures. Kate has previously worked for the Institute of Economic Affairs, Townhall.com, the Open Currency Standard think tank and on Governor Mitt Romney’s and Linda McMahon’s campaigns.
She graduated from the University of St. Andrews in 2012 with a joint degree in International Relations and Philosophy, where she served as Rector’s Assessor from 2011-2012.
She tweets as @KateAndrs.
Annabel Denham is Head of Projects at the Adam Smith Institute and Programmes Director at The Entrepreneurs Network. Annabel began her career as a researcher for Rt Hon Peter Lilley MP, and was later appointed coordinator of his brainchild: The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Trade Out of Poverty. After two years working in Parliament she moved into journalism, becoming Entrepreneurs Editor and a Business Features Writer at City A.M. While there, Annabel wrote a weekly interview with some of Britain’s leading entrepreneurs. She still writes regularly for the paper, and now has a column in the Huffington Post.
She tweets as @AnnabelDenham1.