Jacqui is recognised as one of the 100 most powerful UK entrepreneurs and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Science in recognition of her international web science work.
Her company has been successfully awarded all nine H.M.Government G-Cloud frameworks underpinning Secured European Cloud Services for Big Data and IoT, which implement GDPR with no reliance on Privacy Shield arrangements. FlyingBinary has been recognised with an IoT international techtrailblazer award and is one of the GovTech 100 UK companies credited with transforming the UK government. She is personally recognised as one of the UK’s most influential Women in Tech, one of the 34 IoT Influencers on twitter and one of the 20 global entrepreneurs to watch as part of
#GEW2016 and a UK Smart City leader in 2018. Her company has been recognised as one of 20 Global IoT companies to watch in 2018.
Jacqui has published four books which articulate the futurist agenda based on her web science work and the datajournalism industry she co-founded. As a prominent digital European leader she has developed a new Trust and Privacy model to underpin the Future of IoT in a GDPR enabled Europe. As a Visiting Professor at LSBU she is articulating the contribution of the Internet of Things to the enhance the entrepreneurial offering of the university
She is a Strategic Advisor to the UK Government on Smart Cities, and Cities lead on Digital Built Britain. She is a Principal UK Expert lead for the British Standards Institute (BSI) team with international colleagues on the top level ISO and JTC 1 technical committees for Smart Cities and AI. As the technical author for the latest BSI UK Smart City standard she has articulated the future role of UK data and IT services and their value in the domain. She is part of the UK CPNI team (Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure) who have defined the new governance model required to secure the UK Smart Cities using new European Cyber legislation. She is one of 5 International Smart City experts advising the Chinese Government on their Smart City Programme.