Anna was formerly a barrister specialising in employment law and appointed a Counsel to the Equality and Human Rights Commission. Anna was Head of Policy for the Future of Work Commission and is a Fellow of IPR and RSA.
Sir Christopher Pissarides is the Regius Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics. Chris was awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize in Economics for his work on labour market frictions and technology
Naomi Climer is an engineer and leader who was the first female President of the Institution of Engineering and Technology and was formerly President of Sony Media Cloud Services
Daniela is CEO of Snowball, a diversified, multi-asset investment vehicle that aims to create positive outcomes for people and planet whilst generating sound financial returns.
Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE is Head Stemette and co-founder of Stemettes – an award-winning social enterprise inspiring girls and young women into Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics roles.
Graeme Nuttall OBE is a partner at Fieldfisher. He was the Government's independent adviser on employee ownership and authored 'Sharing Success: The Nuttall Review of Employee Ownership'.
Mohammad Chowdhury is a Partner at PwC. He has deep industry experience in 4.0 and related tech, having worked in 86 countries advising operators, the World Bank, UN Broadband Commission and the WEF, among others.
Martha is Co-Founder and Managing Director of Lodestone Communications. Martha has worked on numerous national political campaigns and set up RegistHERtoVote, which engages and amplifies the voices of women in politics.
Kester has huge experience in writing and publishing, as well as advocacy and communications in the education and trades union sectors.
Magdalena focuses on job quality, capabilities, working age and wellbeing research. She holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of Cambridge.
Caroline has worked in senior operational and project management roles across a range of sectors including digital, manufacturing, charity and business services.
Bertha holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Sheffield, and researches various topics of inequality, social mobility and labour economics.
Stephanie holds an MSc from the University of Oxford and wrote her thesis on a regulatory framework for deepfakes. She is interested in bridging the gap between near and long-term AI governance.
Abby completed her PhD in 2015 at the University of Manchester and has since worked on varied research projects in think tanks and in the civil service.
Phoebe is Professor of Management and the Futures of Work at the University of Essex, and international policy adviser on workers' rights and the use of technology at work.
Jiyuan is a Postdoctoral Researcher at Imperial College London, focusing on the relationship between work and wellbeing. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Southampton.
Hong is a Postdoctoral Researcher at Warwick Business School, focusing on understanding decisions which impact the use of automation technologies at the firm level.
Abigail is Professor of the Future of Work and Director of Research at Newcastle University Business School. Her research interests focus on work and inequalities, digital work and workplace change.
Cassandra is a lecturer in Human Resource Management and Employment Relations at the Alliance Manchester Business School. Her research focuses on the adoption of new technologies in manufacturing.
Huw is Assistant Professor of Employment Relations at University College Dublin. His research focuses on international employment relations and the transnational politics of the future of work.
Professor Philip McCann is Chair of Urban and Regional Economics at Alliance Manchester Business School. He specialises in spatial economics and economic geography.
Rui is a researcher at Centre for Economic Performance and Guest Lecturer at the London School of Economics. He holds a PhD in Economics from UCL and his research spans various topics of labour economics
Eric Kind is Managing Director of AWO, a new data rights agency. He is a legal and public policy expert in technology, society and human rights.
David Leslie is the Director of Ethics and Responsible Innovation Research at The Alan Turing Institute. He has previously taught at Princeton’s University Center for Human Values
Hitesh is a barrister at Devereux Chambers, London, and a Guest Lecturer at UCL Laws. His research focuses on the question of work relationship status in English Law, and the organisation of rights to work relationships
Celestin is a postdoctoral fellow at the LSE exploring how stigmatisation impedes relations between individuals and groups, particularly in unemployment and manages an action-research employment project at Black Thrive.
Professor Jolene Skordis is a health and development economist. She is Deputy Director of UCL’s Institute for Global Health and Director of UCL’s Centre for Global Health Economics.
Jonathan is a clinician and academic in the Centre for Mathematics of Precision Healthcare at Imperial College London. His work applies network analysis to examine how health data may be used to address health inequality
Sam holds a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard University where he also taught economics. He is a trustee of a social mobility charity in York and has previously worked in global health and social policy roles.
Josh is a Harvard-Kennedy Scholar and a PhD candidate in Government at Harvard University. His research explores the politics and ethics of machine learning.
Professor James Hayton is a researcher at Warwick Business School. He was previously Dean of the School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University.
Josh is a PhD candidate at Oxford University and a researcher at the Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics. His research looks at the impacts of globalisation and technology on the labour market.
Lu Gram has over 9 years of experience working in global health and development. Lu has published widely and consulted for the World Health Organization, Save the Children, and Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
Dr Harry Pitts is in the Work, Employment, Organisation and Public Policy group at University of Bristol School of Management. He researches, teaches and writes about the politics of work futures.
Vicente is a Fellow in Social Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He did his PhD at the University of Edinburgh on the future of work agenda in global institutions (ILO, OECD, World Bank).
Jeremias Adams-Prassl is a Professor of Law at Magdalen College, Oxford. He is particularly interested in the future of work and innovation. He leads a five year research project on Algorithms at Work.
Umar is an Assistant Professor at Warwick Business School. His research focuses on the intersection between Sustainable Development Goals, such as Reducing Inequalities, and a growing financialization of economies.
Dr Eleni Papagiannaki is a Lecturer in Economics at Birmingham City University (Business School). She researches, teaches and writes about the economics of labour, working time, income inequality and the future of work.
Professor Lilian Edwards is a frequent speaker on issues of Internet law, intellectual property and artificial intelligence. She is the Professor of Law, Innovation and Society at Newcastle University
Gemma is a PhD researcher in Science and Technology Studies at UCL, a science & technology writer and author, and co-host of the Radical Science podcast.
Nyasha was formerly a fast stream civil servant with experience of agile policy development. Nyasha graduated from Harvard as a Kennedy Scholar with a Masters in Public Policy in 2017.
Barry is a Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge and Director of Research at Policy Network. He has previously worked at both the Irish and European Parliaments.
Katherine is an Economics PhD student at Oxford University. Her research focuses on the impact of technologies on labour markets and global supply chains. Katherine previously worked in Economics Consulting with PwC
Dr Binns is an Associate Professor of Human Centred Computing, working between computer science, law, and philosophy, focusing on data protection, machine learning, and the regulation of and by technology.