Jamie Njoku-Goodwin is the Chief Executive of UK Music, the collective voice of the music industry. He is an experienced campaigner, a strategic communications specialist and a former political adviser who has held senior roles at the highest levels of Government.
He most recently worked as a special adviser to the Health Secretary Matt Hancock and was previously a special adviser at DCMS. Before joining the Government, Jamie worked for the election strategist Sir Lynton Crosby and as a political adviser for the Conservative Party.
Jamie holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music from the University of Nottingham, and a Masters in International Relations. He is a trained pianist and conductor, and sits on the advisory boards of the London Philharmonic Orchestra and English National Opera.