Kerina is the Associate Director for the cross-cutting theme of Information Governance and Public Engagement to ensure data protection and to maximise socially-acceptable data utility across the various Swansea University-based Population Data Science initiatives, including Administrative Data Research Wales. Her work spans the spectrum of Ethical, Legal and Societal Implications (ELSI), recognising the importance of social acceptability in population data use. The Population Data Science initiatives hosted at Swansea University are world-renowned. Kerina is internationally acknowledged as having an essential and unique leadership role by focusing on innovative data governance models and public engagement to enable person-based data to be used effectively and safely. Kerina established an active Consumer Panel to advise on research and developments in Population Data Science, and she’s an active member of the ADR Public Engagement Strategy Group.