Named one of Britain’s leading ‘Women of the Year’ for 2021, as a Trends Forecaster (or 'Futurist' as many terms it) Shivvy Jervis advocates for human-led innovation and focuses on the critical intersection of three vital areas – digital advances, scientific developments and psychology or our brain chemistry.
She is described by the World Economic Forum as “having the unique ability to address complex topics in such a human-centered manner” and by TED Talks as “having a remarkable capacity to uncover the relevant from all the noise”.
As Europe’s most recognized female and BAME (Asian) ‘tech-for-good’ expert, Shivvy’s insights have earned a staggering 24 pieces of recognition including being named a Champion of Change (Management Today).
Shivvy also has strong roots in investigative broadcasting. A former contributor to CNN Asia and Reuters, Shivvy Jervis has notched up over 12 years of broadcasting experience and 400+ hours of programming. She has presented a two-part documentary for Discovery Channel, hosted interview series NextTech Insider and fronted live debate broadcasts Ringside Sessions for Ericsson. Shivvy also previously created and fronted two streaming video series’ for Telefonica that drew a 14 million-strong audience during its run.
What does she stand for? Shivvy Jervis champions a move from our current phase of ‘Industry 4.0’ to a more human-centered reality – one she calls Humanity 5.0.