The Institute of Community Cohesion (iCoCo)
Tom graduated with Honours in Politics and European Studies from Nottingham Trent University in 2007 having researched specifically into the areas of European people trafficking and global political leadership. Tom’s career to date has been focussed on local government community cohesion policy, specialising in the integration and inclusion of people with mental health difficulties and people with learning disabilities.
Tom has also worked previously in economic development in the Midlands, developing small rural businesses, and he is currently working towards gaining a Masters Degree in Business Administration.
Tom’s work at iCoCo looks to ensure that current affairs, political policy and good practice inform the work of the Institute. He is also responsible for areas of business development activity through engagement with funding bodies and partners to create opportunities and expand the work of iCoCo.