Rob Greig is a Cultural Fellow within King's College London.
Rob is Chief Information Officer at ARUP, an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers and technical specialists, a post he took up in July 2017. Prior to this, Rob was Director of the Parliamentary Digital Service, where he developed a digital strategy that enabled citizens to more easily access Parliament. Rob is a Chartered IT professional and a Fellow of the British Computer Society.
During his career he has worked on large-scale arts and sports capital projects within the UK non-profit sector, working with a broad range of technologies, and led the redevelopment of the Royal Opera House digital offering, including global digital collaborations. He has board-level experience beyond technology as the Operations Director for Leicester Theatre Trust and has held non-executive director roles in the UK and internationally, he is currently a trustee of Engage, the National Gallery education organisation.
Rob Greig has worked closely with King’s College London since 2012, working with the Cultural Institute to establish the annual Cultural Challenge and teaching on the MA in Arts & Cultural Management in the Department of Culture, Media & Creative Industries.