Campaigns

Clare Ambrosino – Women of Influence Coordinator

Clare Ambrosino – Women of Influence Coordinator

Clare Ambrosino joined Parliament Street in 2014 and has been Chairman of the organisation since November 2016. Clare envisioned and developed Women of Influence –  a multiplatform series looking at how female leaders are shaping business, public life and our communities. She counts Sheryl Sandberg and Mika Brzezinski as key influences. Clare has invaluable experience navigating the corridors of power in Brussels where she worked as […]

by · 3rd November 2017 · Campaigns Committee
Elizabeth Anderson – Head of Campaigns

Elizabeth Anderson – Head of Campaigns

Elizabeth Anderson joined Parliament Street in 2013. She works for a prestigious charity in central London, and volunteers for charities around her interests, including a charity that supports girls to access education in Africa, the Forever Hounds Trust, and the UK Chagos Support Association.  She led campaigns for Vote Leave in South East London for the 2016 Referendum.  She is […]

Danny Bowman – Mental Health Spokesman

Danny Bowman – Mental Health Spokesman

Danny Bowman joined Parliament Street in 2016 and is the author of our report into Mental Health and Social Media. He is a leading mental health campaigner who has appeared on television, radio and in magazines around the world. These appearances include Good Morning Britain and Attitude Magazine, in the UK and ABC News and Time Magazine in the USA. Danny has […]

by · 13th April 2016 · Campaigns Committee
Cllr Richard Harris – Disabilities Spokesperson

Cllr Richard Harris – Disabilities Spokesperson

Councillor Richard Harris joined Parliament Street in 2016. Elected as a Councillor in 2015 on Erewash Borough Council, Richard sits on the Scrutiny Committee and the General Purposes Committee providing him with invaluable experience in personnel management and best practice. Richard has a track record of successfully working with and representing students having served two years as Disabled Students’ Officer […]

by · 8th April 2016 · Campaigns Committee