Freddie Quek, MSc, FBCS

Freddie Quek is Chief Technology Officer at Times Higher Education. He is a highly-experienced, multiple award-winning digital leader with a proven track record of delivering complex software solutions in automotive, publishing, loyalty, insurance, travel and financial services industries. He has as MSc in Information Systems Management from the London School of Economics, and worked with Professor Humphreys as a Research Associate on a number of projects. Currently he is also a Research Associate at Henley Business School addressing how technology leadership can help organisations run and change the business at the same time in the current digital economy.
He has achieved serial success with project delivery, program management and champion opportunities for innovation and reuse, and had key roles in driving organisational transformation and change, most recently in the automotive industry migrating two major countries (UK and France) to a global platform. One of his previous projects was awarded the IT Project Team of the Year at the UK IT Industry Awards where he successfully achieved a 4-month Mission Impossible project which led to the establishment of a new capability to deal with mergers, partnerships and responding to competitive threats.
He is a Fellow of the British Computer Society (FBCS), and a UK IT Industry Award Judge. He is an alumnus of the London School of Economics and Templeton College, Oxford University.