Katherine Jarman

Katherine joined the Nuffield Trust in November 2015, leading on promoting and publicising the Trust’s research work amongst the media, parliamentarians and the wider policy community.  

Prior to joining the Trust, Katherine was a journalist at BBC News for 18 years, working on programmes such as Breakfast, the BBC1 Ten O’Clock News, and Panorama.  For the last 13 years of that time, however, she produced the Health stories at BBC TV and Radio News.

Before moving to the BBC, Katherine worked as Parliamentary researcher to Labour frontbenchers Chris Smith, Mo Mowlam and Harriet Harman, and was Health policy anchor during the 1997 General Election. She began her working life in consumer Public  Relations.

Katherine has a degree in Classics from the University of Oxford.

Katherine left the Trust in July 2017.