Conor is the Interim Chief Executive of the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute, the research charity set up by Martin Lewis to better understand and tackle the link between financial difficulty and mental health problems.
Since its inception in 2016, the charity has become a leading voice on issues from debt to impulsive spending, mental health services, consumer protection and the potential for big data and open banking for vulnerable customers. Before beginning his interim role in May 2023, Conor was the charity's Head of Research and Policy, leading Money and Mental Health’s research and policy development.
Prior to joining the team in 2020, Conor worked in the civil service but has spent most of his career in the third sector, including roles at the Resolution Foundation and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. From 2021-23, he was a trustee of the Lewisham Irish Community Centre.