Our People

Helen Horner, CEO

Helen has had a highly successful commercial career, working for a range of companies in a variety of sectors, for the last two years she has headed up inspired Sales and Marketing Group and been on the board of the Globalution Group of companies.

Helen has always been actively involved in the not for profit sector. As well as now being the CEO of Digital Anthropology, she is the marketing and fundraising lead for EMICS the volunteer doctor charity. Helen was an Executive Committee Member at Loughborough Chamber of Trade and commerce as well as having been a Princes Trust Mentor for four years. She has been an Age UK befriender and a driver for Contact the Elderly UK.

Helen spent almost 15 years at Center Parcs as Head of Brand, a driving force in the Sales and Marketing function. She was responsible for delivering some of their most high profile and successful campaigns, significantly changing brand perceptions and delivering unrivalled sales results in the sector.

Prior to that Helen was Marketing Director for Hanover Hotels and Clubs, where she developed an agency partnership awards scheme for corporate and conference business as well as a leisure breaks programme linked to local attractions to drive weekend occupancy.

Helen spent time as an Account Director for a PR agency working on drinks and leisure brands and has spent time working for a well known gardening brand, an international virtual reality company and a youth sports charity.

‘I was delighted to be approached to take the lead, building the Digital Anthropology charity. I am passionate about the changing needs that the future of work presents us all. Having experienced redundancy myself, I am acutely aware of how devastating the experience is and how difficult it can be to pick yourself up and go again.

‘Automation is a real game changer though, as there are whole sectors at risk. I am looking forward to providing the infrastructure and support needed to ensure people can achieve their career goals and provide for themselves and their families.’