Ethan Williams

Researcher
The King's Fund

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Biography

Ethan is a researcher in The King's Fund's policy team. His particular areas of interest include health inequalities, innovation spread, workforce issues and integrating services across the health, care and housing sectors.

His most recent publications have included The courage of compassion: Supporting nurses and midwives to deliver high-quality care and Five tips for working across services to support people who are homeless.

Ethan is vice-chair of the Rural Urban Synthesis Society (RUSS), a community-led housing developer that builds sustainable, permanently affordable homes in London. RUSS is currently developing a 36-home scheme in Lewisham, co-designed and co-built by a community of future residents, who will take up ongoing stewardship of the neighbourhood once complete. RUSS spreads lessons from its project work through the RUSS School of Community-Led Housing.

Before joining The King’s Fund, Ethan worked as a management consultant at the Good Governance Institute, supporting NHS providers on a range of projects covering clinical and corporate governance, strategy development and organisational change. He holds an MPhil in politics from the University of Oxford.