Sam Jeffers is the Managing Director at Blue State in London. He helps clients develop smart programmes to solve their digital challenges, from implementing strategic organisational change, to evolving their use of technology, to creating winning campaign tactics.
Since joining BSD in 2008, Sam has worked on projects ranging from political campaigns in the UK, Europe and Asia, to fundraising for charities such as Oxfam and Save the Children. He has also helped the Tate Gallery and the BPI increase support for art and music and worked with companies such as Unilever and IHG to better engage the public around their sustainable practices.
Before joining Blue State, Sam played in a band called Fridge, who released six albums and toured the world. Sam got a degree in International Relations from the LSE and a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and ran a digital agency working with music industry clients on a broad range of projects.