Finsu Gurung

Events and Communications Assistant

I joined Reform as an Events and Communications Assistant in August 2019, a role which seamlessly blends my existing interests in improving public services and events management. My role is based around supporting the events and communications team with the delivery of a vast portfolio of events and assisting in the effective use of communication channels to ensure that the work of Reform is heard.

Prior to Reform, I completed my undergraduate degree in History at King’s College London which especially fuelled my curiosity in gender studies and the impact of past social policies in London. I have also worked within an events management company, with events organisation and delivery becoming a role I thoroughly enjoyed and hope to develop.

Outside of work, I enjoy finding new restaurants and eating my way through London. I may occasionally be seen in a spin class.

My favourite Reformer is… Josephine Butler, for her work in reforming the treatment of prostitutes and providing a voice for the most vulnerable women in Victorian society. 


7th June 2019

#Reformdigitalhealth conference 2019

On 5th June 2019, Reform held its #reformdigitalhealth 2019 conference, 'Unlocking the promise of digital health'. It explored what we can learn from failures in digital health, getting the implementation right and reimagining the future of healthcare. 

The event brought together a range of voices including patients, public service leaders, businesses and future thinkers. 

You can find videos and highlights from the day below.