Jamie Brooker is a creative entrepreneur based in London, UK.
He earned his reputation as a creative leader using design thinking and empirical research to inform product development.
As a Founding Partner at We Are Human he creates purpose driven organisations striving for sustainable social and commercial impact.
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We Are Human’s most successful venture to date is Kahoot!, one of the world’s fastest growing learning brands with over 70 million unique monthly active users in 200+ countries. Jamie was Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer. Under his product leadership Kahoot! grew from a research project to a company that captured over half of US K-12 classrooms, as well as millions of business and social users.
Jamie was responsible for Kahoot!’s product teams, developing and executing strategies designed to grow the user base organically, deepen engagement, create pedagogical impact and validate revenue opportunities. He left day-to-day operations in the spring 2017.
As a Venture Partner at Emerge Education, Jamie advises, mentors and invests in some of Europe’s top education startups. He is a Council Member at Apps For Good providing strategic guidance, expertise, access to networks, and support to the overall mission of the charity.
Prior to We Are Human, Jamie was a Designer at Playgroup, an award-winning creative company working with Mercedes-Benz, BBC, BT, ITV, Unilever and WWF where he developed his urge to improve people’s lives and help them unlock their potential, through creativity and play.
He has a degree in Multimedia Technology & Design and speaks, tweets and writes regularly about the future of learning, design thinking and creative leadership.
Jamie is married, an aficionado of the independent music scene, and an avid fan of Liverpool FC.