The NQCC appoints a Deputy Director for Programme Delivery

The National Quantum Computing Centre announces Anne-Claire Blet joining the team as the Deputy Director for Programme Delivery. This is a key role within the NQCC’s Senior Leadership Team with primary responsibility for leading the delivery of programme management, both for the NQCC’s core programme and the Quantum Computing Mission, which is being delivered with partners across UKRI.

About Anne-Claire Blet

Following her Bachelor’s Degree in Law & Political Science at Universite de Bretagne and a Master’s Degree in International Relations at La Sorbonne Anne-Claire worked at the United Nations as part of its Sustainability Programme supporting strategy, policy and programme delivery as well as risk management, budgeting and stakeholder engagement. Anne-Claire then joined the start-up what3words as Director of Strategic Partnerships before joining Oxford Quantum Circuits as Chief Operating Officer. As part of her role at OQC Anne-Claire had responsibility for strategic relationships and developing commercial strategies with cloud computing delivery partners. She also had responsibility for developing supply chain, end-user and cross-government collaborations; including developing a Memorandum of Understanding with the NQCC and multiple ISCF funded programmes leading the business towards its successful £38m Series A investment round.