As a development researcher Kieron is focused on understanding and maximising the value of the Trust's investments. He is particularly interested in developing innovative and effective approaches to evaluation, and understanding just what 'impact' really means for everyone involved.
Kieron brings a diverse range of experiences to his work at Nominet Trust. Before joining the Trust, Kieron worked as a learning researcher for Futurelab where he developed a number of digital projects which included work on game-based learning and young people's rights and entitlements.
Before this, he developed and delivered education programmes as Practitioner-in-Residence for Shakespeare's Globe, ran cognitive behavioural programmes for adult and young adult offenders with the National Probation Service, and undertook research in India as part of his MA which explored Theatre as a methodology for social change.
But his real passion is magic. Kieron is a member of the magic circle and he was recently an assistant stage manager for Derren Brown on his UK tour.