Jude Palmer

Jude Palmer

Having started at Digital Outreach as the regional manager for West Country, Wales and the Channel Islands with DOL, Jude Palmer now manages the regional managers and programme support officers delivering a range of outreach activities in each region switching to digital TV and liaises with DOL’s clients to ensure consistent delivery.

In terms of her career history, after eight years working as a project manager, development manager and trainer with IBM UK, iPalmer became face-to-face fundraising co-ordinator for a national charity in 2002. She then moved on to working on procurement and construction projects and then communications for WRAP, an organisation which helps individuals, businesses and local authorities to reduce waste and recycle more.

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How charities can help bridge the digital divide

New research shows that charities are key to driving digital participation. Jude Palmer at Digital Outreach explains how ‘embedded outreach’ is getting people online and how charities themselves are benefitting.

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