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 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.
Letwin is the Events and Communications Assistant at Demos.
Louis is a Researcher at Demos working within the Citizenship and Political Participation programme.
Ralph is Head of Editorial and manages the communications team at Demos.
Rob is Media & Communications Manager at Demos.
Sophie is Demos' Head of External Communications and runs our partnership and events programmes.
Max Wind-Cowie is a Demos Associate.
Max is an expert on urban policy at the Centre for London at Demos.
Professor Melanie Howard co-founded the Future Foundation, a consumer think-tank, in 1996 with Michael Willmott.
Michael is co-founder of the Future Foundation and has 30 years experience as a researcher, analyst and forecaster.
Michelle is a director of Henley Centre where she heads up the public sector consultancy practice.
Nick is a co-founder of the UK’s first specialist Thought Leadership consultancy, TLG Communications, where he is Public Affairs Director. He is a former Special Adviser at the Department for Culture Media and Sport, and was previously Director of the think tank Policy Network. He lives in Old Trafford, Manchester and Kilburn, London.
Noelle joined Demos in May 2013 as a Research Intern with the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media.
Patrick has a background in social development and biology and over 10 years of experience in research, with extensive experience in scenario building, strategic thinking, facilitation, social responsibility, neglected diseases and social development.
Paul Skidmore is currently a McConnell Fellow in the MPA programme at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. From 2002-2005 he was a senior researcher at Demos specialising in governance and civic renewal. He blogs at www.divideddemocracy.com
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.
Abby joined Demos in June 2013 as a Research Intern.
Abigail joined Demos in October 2012 as a part-time Research Intern with the Centre for London.
Adam joined Demos as a Communications Intern in August 2013.
Adam joined Demos as a Research Intern in March 2014.
Adam was an Audio and Visual Intern at Demos
Adam was Head of Partnerships and Events at Demos and External Affairs Manager at Centre for London.
Ahmed joined Demos as a research intern in April 2014.
Ailsa joined Demos in December 2012 as an Events and Partnership intern.
Alan joined Demos in May 2010, full-time, working on the Open Left Project.
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.
Ferdinand is a Political Writer and Novelist.
Geoff is Chief Executive of Nesta.