Jocelyn Bailey is a designer with particular expertise in social design and policy. Senior consultant at service design agency Uscreates, where she works with a range of government and public sector clients on strategic design projects, she is also pursuing a PhD through the Arts & Humanities Research Council’s Design Star Doctoral Training Program. Based at the University of Brighton, her research examines and critiques the growing trend of design being used as a strategic and policy tool by governments. In 2014 she was a Visiting Scholar at the V&A, working on a project for the AHRC, mapping social design research and practice. Previously, Bailey worked for cultural consultancy BOP, and led the manufacturing, design and innovation team at Westminster think tank Policy Connect. Bailey trained as an architect at Cambridge University, and has an MA in History of Art from Birkbeck College (University of London).