Over the last 18 years Baroness Louise Casey has been instrumental in the development of a number of major social policy programmes for Government. She has consistently delivered brave and innovative solutions to long standing social problems ranging from homelessness, anti-social behaviour, troubled families to the lack of integration in the UK. At the request of the Prime Minister, she led a review into integration in the United Kingdom published December 2016. Throughout this, Louise has maintained her commitment to the charity sector and in 2017 she left the Civil Service to establish the Institute for Global Homelessness. In 2020, she was appointed as a cross-bench peer and will join the House of Lords later this year.