Simon advises clients at the most senior levels on corporate reputation, brand and sustainability communications. He has worked with some of the best known global brands as well as with fast-growth businesses and start-ups. Previously MD, CEO and Chairman at Omnicom-owned Fishburn Hedges, he is a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Westminster, on the advisory board of diversity business Rare and a start-up business mentor and judge.
Daniel has a background in grassroots community organising, and a particular interest in finding innovative ways to inspire social action. He is a founding Director of Small Axe, a non-profit that builds social movements to change the world, and has MSc from the Institute of Social Psychology at the London School of Economics. He specialises in the use of Framing and Language to overcome communications challenges, and is a Fellow of the RSA.
Katie has a cross-sector background having worked in both the corporate and charity sectors. Starting her career as a business analyst specialising in retail and consumer brands, she went on to help launch the Business for Britain campaign. For the last four years, she has worked in international development, and is currently the supporting the Child's i Foundation, an initiative working to replace orphanages in Uganda with adoption and fostering. As a British-American, she brings a trans-Atlantic perspective to her work.
Marisa’s background is in digital marketing and strategic planning. Having worked with clients including Samsung, PWC, Plan UK, The Body Shop, Chanel and HSBC, she has spent her career helping businesses in their digital transformation. She specialises in content and social strategy, with her work winning several industry awards for her clients.
Kenny is the co-founder & Managing Director of ClearView Research Ltd, a leading-edge youth-led research company, who specialise in research focusing on young people. Described by Huffington Post UK as a “young rising star making waves in UK politics,” Kenny has written influential & award-winning publications and has led on innovative partnerships with global brands, on campaigns to get young people registered to vote and turnout in UK elections and the EU referendum.
Jane has background in networked social change, international development and global ageing. She is the architect of the pioneering Global AgeWatch Index and Founder of Age Demands Action Campaign. Jane has led global, multi-stakeholder programmes over a varied career in campaigning, research, policy formulation, movement building and social leadership. Jane is a Clore Social 2017 Fellow and a RSA Fellow.