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.
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.
Charlie is a Researcher at Demos.
Alice is Research and Events Officer at Demos.
Sophie is the Press and Communications Manager at Demos.
Carl is co-founder and Research Director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media (CASM) at Demos.
Richard is a Research Associate at Demos.
Duncan O’Leary is Research Director of Demos.
Ally is a Researcher at Demos, working on the public services and welfare programme.
Megan is Demos' Events Manager.
Marcus joined Demos as a Visiting Fellow in October 2009. His work includes advising on communications and audio/visual strategy and research into media-related issues.
Catherine Fieschi is the director of Counterpoint, a research and advisory group that focuses on the cultural dynamics of risk.
John Grant was a co-founder of groundbreaking ad agency St Luke’s and is a recognised business author and consultant who has worked with leadership teams of major corporations such as IKEA, Freshfields, BT, Andersen on issues ranging from strategy to speech writing
Hannah Green ran the Families and Care programme at Demos before going to Japan to carry out comparative research on care and families.
James is lead researcher on Centre for London's social housing and worklessness project.
Matt is a Demos Associate. He was previously a Senior Researcher on the Family and Society Programme. His expert areas include education, skills policy, youth policy and behaviour change. He is currently seconded to the Cabinet office.
Celia is a Demos associate with the Family and Society Programme at Demos.
David has a long career in education, and is currently a fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge.
James Harkin is Director of Talks at London's ICA, a columnist for The Guardian and a writer for the Financial Times magazine.
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.
Elsbeth Johnson is a management consultant and academic.
Damian is Director of Responsible Business at Lloyds Banking PLC.
Matt is Managing Director of Disraeli Group.
Neil Sherlock is a trustee of Demos
Sebastien was a Junior Associate at Demos, working on the Violence and Extremism programme and the Citizens programme.
Samuel joined Demos in December 2012 as a Research Intern with the Progressive Conservatism project.
Peter joined Demos as a Research Intern in August 2014.
Matthew joined Demos in October 2010 and is working on the Family and Society programme.
Samantha joined Demos in June 2011 as a research intern working with William Bradley on the Commission on Assisted Dying.
Mark worked at Demos from 2006 to 2007, leading our media and external relations work.
Niamh was a Researcher at Demos.
Jake was an Associate of Demos.
Carolina joined Demos in February 2012 as a communications intern for the Centre for London.
Hannah joined Demos in June 2012 as a Communications and Media Intern.
Dr Wendy Alexander is Associate Dean, London Business School, and a former Scottish Cabinet Minister.
Sir Peter Bazalgette is Chair of Arts Council England.
Paul is Partner, Government and Public Sector Leader at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.
Lord Falconer is a QC and was a minister in the Blair government from 1997 to 2007.
Baroness Falkner entered the House of Lords in 2004, where she is currently Chairman of the Liberal Democrats Parliamentary Policy Committee on Foreign Affairs.
David is the Chair of Demos's Advisory Group.
Ferdinand is a Political Writer and Novelist.
Geoff is Chief Executive of Nesta.
Toby Mundy is the publisher and founding director of the independent publisher Atlantic Books.
David Norgrove is Chairman of the PensionsFirst Group, the Low Pay Commission, and the Family Justice Board.