Rt Hon Sir Brandon Lewis CBE

Member of the Board of Directors

Sir Brandon Lewis is an experienced policy professional with a background in both government affairs and public policy and is skilled in digital strategy development and public and private sector engagement and advocacy. He was a Member of Parliament for Great Yarmouth from 2010 until 2024. Sir Brandon Lewis served 10 years in the UK Government with 5.5 of those years in Cabinet in a range of roles: Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, Ministry of Justice UK in 2022; Secretary of State, Northern Ireland Office from 2020 to 2022; Minister of State (National Security) and UK Home Office from 2019 to 2020; Cabinet Minister without Portfolio as well as Chairman of Conservative Party from 2018 to 2019. Between 2016 and 2018, Sir Lewis served the UK Home Office in consecutive roles as Minister of State for Policing & the Fire Service, and then as Minister of State (Immigration & International). Prior to that, he was Minister of State from 2014 to 2016 and Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government from 2012 to 2014 with Department for Communities and Local Government. Currently, he is a strategic advisor to each of LetterOne, Civitas Investment Management, FM Conway and Thakeham since 2023. He also serves as a non-executive director of Woodlands Schools since 2023, having also been a director there from 2001 to 2012. Sir Brandon holds a BSc (Econ) and an LLB, Law from the University of Buckingham, and an LLM, Law (Commercial) from King’s College London. He is also a qualified a Barrister, Law from Inns of Court School of Law. 

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