Bridget Rosewell OBE, MA, MPhil, FICE


National Infrastructure Commission

Bridget Rosewell is an entrepreneur, company director, programme and project appraiser and developer of economic cases.  She trained as an economist at Oxford University and taught there before working as a professional economist at various consultancies, two of which she founded and developed.  She is now mainly a non-executive, with stints in public and private and the mutual sector.  She is currently Chair of the Driver Vehicle Standards Agency, Senior Independent Director at Network Rail, Chair of Audit at Atom Bank, and a member of the With Profits Committee at Royal London as well as a Commissioner with the National Infrastructure Commission.

She writes on infrastructure, project evaluation and modelling as well as acting as Senior Adviser for Volterra Partners.

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