Terry Marsh

Terry Marsh

Independent Consultant, Freelance
Terry Marsh is a specialist in change management, digital convergence and diversity. She has advised on digital projects with a range of clients including BBC, Granada, Pearson, Prudential, and News International, also delivering two multi-million pound digital projects for the DfES. After lecturing in statistics at Surrey University, Terry joined the BBC as a data analyst, moving on to produce award-winning science and technology programmes for the BBC's Computer Literacy Project. She was Head of BBC Schools' Programming for five years before joining the Universal/Paramount owned SciFi Channel as their Vice President of Programming for Europe. For four years she was the Director of the WISE Campaign – Women into Science, Engineering and Construction – encouraging girls to 'stick with physics' and consider careers in STEM areas. Terry is a Fellow of the Royal Television Society and the Royal Society of Arts, and a member of the IET.
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    Jochen Albrecht
    CTO - Albrecht Electronic
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    Erik Huggers
    CEO, Vevo
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    Marketing Manager - TSL
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    Director of Marketing - Primestream
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    Technical Support Engineer - BW Broadcast


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