Andrew Campling

Andrew Campling

Independent Trustee

Andrew Campling is passionate about social justice and lifelong learning. He is an excellent communicator with key strengths in simplifying the complex and ensuring a focus on critical objectives to ensure success. He has more than thirty years of experience in a wide range of senior roles in technology, marketing, stakeholder management and public policy, coupled with significant leadership experience. He has managed large, distributed teams of professionals, bringing with him considerable experience in team creation, team down-sizing, coaching and culture change.

Andrew holds an MBA from the City of London (now Bayes) Business School, a post-graduate diploma from the Chartered Institute of Marketing, and an MSc in Strategic Marketing Management from Ashcroft International Business School. He is currently studying law at the University of London.

Andrew is a Fellow of the RSA, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, a member of the Institute of Directors and a Liveryman in the Worshipful Company of Marketors. In addition to his support of the IWF, Andrew runs 419 Consulting Ltd, a public policy and public affairs consultancy focused on the tech and telecoms sectors, working with clients around the world on a range of marketing and policy-related projects.

Andrew is involved in the development of Internet standards and Internet governance, with much of his current activity in this area captured in blogs and podcasts on his company website.