Jamie is Director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media. His primary research interests are: new political movements and social media research and analysis, internet cultures and security and privacy online.
Jo is a Researcher at Demos, working on the Public Services and Welfare Programme.
Jodie Ginsberg is Deputy Director of Demos Finance.
Jonathan is Chief Economist at Demos.
Jonathan is Head of the Citizenship and Political Participation programme. His research expertise lies in civic engagement, populism and extremism, and alcohol and drugs policy.
Louis is a Junior Associate at Demos, working with the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media.
Neil is a Junior Associate at Demos, working on the Mapping Integration research strand.
Ralph is Head of Editorial and manages the communications team at Demos.
Rob is Communications Officer at Demos.
Sophie is Demos' Head of External Communications and runs our partnership and events programmes.
Alessandra's primary interests are in the areas of belonging, migration and emotions.
Alex Evans is a senior non-resident fellow at New York University’s Center on International Cooperation
Anthony is a Demos Associate working on the Open Left Coalitions Project - a look at demographic and attitudinal changes and their impact on the UK politics.
Catherine Fieschi is the director of Counterpoint, a research and advisory group that focuses on the cultural dynamics of risk.
Celia is a Demos associate with the Family and Society Programme at Demos.
Charles Leadbeater is an Associate of Demos.
Charlie is Director of National Security and Resilience Studies at the Royal United Services Institute.
Charlie Tims is an associate of Demos.
Chris has been in the IT Industry since 1980 at Honeywell, ICL and most recently Hewlett Packard.
Christian is Executive director of strategic planning for Global Client partners at BrandBuzz, New York.
Elsbeth Johnson is a management consultant and academic.
John Knell is a trustee of Demos.
Kieran Brett is a trustee of Demos.
Nick is the Senior Partner of Brunswick's London office.
Philip Collins is Chair of the Demos Board of Trustees.
Adam joined Demos as a Research Intern in March 2014.
David joined Demos as an Events Intern in February 2014.
Josie joined Demos as a Research Intern in January 2014.
Loraine joined Demos as a Research Intern in March 2014.
Riccardo joined Demos as a Communications Intern in January 2014.
Richard joined Demos as a research intern in January 2014.
Sarah joined Demos as a Research Intern in January 2014.
Sofia joined Demos in February 2014 as a Research Intern.
Beth joined Demos as a research intern on The Future of Work project in April 2011.
Bill joined Demos as a full-time research intern at the end of April 2010, working with Demos director of research Julia Margo.
Callum joined Demos as a Research Intern in July 2013.
Calum joined Demos in June 2010 as an Events & Communications Intern.
Carolina joined Demos in February 2012 as a communications intern for the Centre for London.
Charlie joined Demos in September 2010 as a research intern.
Daniel Leighton was the Head of the Public Interest Programme at Demos. He currently works for Lord Glasman.
Dan is a research intern at Demos.
Daniel was a research intern at Demos.
Allen Simpson is a financial policy expert. He is the Labour Party Prospective Parliamentary Candidate (PPC) for Maidstone and the Weald for the 2015 UK general election.
Baroness Falkner entered the House of Lords in 2004, where she is currently Chairman of the Liberal Democrats Parliamentary Policy Committee on Foreign Affairs.
Baroness O'Neill is Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
David is the Chair of Demos's Advisory Group.
David Wild is the Founder and Chairman or Lodestone Communications, a strategic communications consultancy.
David Norgrove is Chairman of the PensionsFirst Group, the Low Pay Commission, and the Family Justice Board.
Dr Wendy Alexander is Associate Dean, London Business School, and a former Scottish Cabinet Minister.
Dr Wendy Piatt is the first Director General and Chief Executive of the Russell Group, which represents 24 leading research-intensive universities in the UK.
Geoff is Chief Executive of Nesta.
Lord Falconer is a QC and was a minister in the Blair government from 1997 to 2007.