Our Team
Meet the individuals delivering Mydex's mission, vision, values and strategy

David Alexander FRSA Chief Executive | Co-Founder

David Alexander, Former Director of Strategy and Marketing at Northgate Information Solutions and Group development director at Computacenter plc. Find out more

Alex StobartDirector Scotland

A former senior civil servant, Alex is now a Director at Mydex CIC and social entrepreneur. He believes that collaboration across sectors can drive the potential for person centred services in public sector, social enterprise and business. Alex leads Mydex’s business development in Scotland, Wales and the North of England.

Jack MitchellHead of Communications

Graduating with a first class degree in German from the University of Bristol, and a speaker of four languages, Jack turned his communication skills to the field of technology and personal data in 2013. He has since lectured on digital identity, and now leads the Communications Team at Mydex CIC. Find out more.

Claire HopkinsDirector of Stakeholder Engagement

Claire Hopkins provides expertise in stakeholder and business engagement, programme management, marketing and communications with over 20 years experience in both the private and public sector. Find out more.

Alan Mitchell Non-Executive Director

Alan Mitchell,  one of the founders of Mydex, has been pioneering the opportunity of personal information empowerment for two decades. His 2001 book Right Side Up predicted the rise of ‘consumer agent’ business models and in 2004 he helped form the Buyer Centric Commerce Forum – a networking group for entrepreneurs working in this space. Find out more

Viv Lacey Non-Executive Director

Viv brings a depth of experience in leadership, organisational challenge and development, and management from her career in consulting and the civil service.

William HeathNon-Executive Director

William Heath co-founded Kable Ltd, which researched the computerisation of public services (sold to GNM in 2007). From 2004 he moderated the Ideal Government multi-author blog which explored how government IT could be done better: cheaper, faster, designed for the individual and built on a foundation of trust. Find out more