Authors

A wide range of people within and outside of our organisation have written for our blog. To learn more about an author and all of the posts they have written, click the writer’s name.

By using the drop-down box you can order this list by the author’s first name or sort it by the authors who have written the most.

Dr Paula Gooder
(5)
Guest bloggers
Paula is Canon Theologian of Birmingham and Guildford Cathedrals, Lay Canon at Salisbury Cathedral, Visiting lecturer at King's College, London, Associate lecturer at St Mellitus College, London, and Theological Adviser to the Bible Society. She is a Reader in the Church of England and a member of General Synod.
Lucy Gregg
(5)
Policy team
Lucy supports our work on asylum and immigration policy, focusing on unaccompanied asylum-seeking children, victims of trafficking and refugee and migrant families.
(4)
Digital team
Daniel is The Children's Society's Digital Co-ordinator.
(4)
Kate leads our regional fundraising team, which raise funds by through mountain climbing, bucket swinging, carol singing, cake baking and many other pursuits.
Elaine Hindal
(4)
Leadership team
A passionate advocate for making childhood better for all children in the UK, Elaine led the work on issues of childhood and child well-being, with a focus on disadvantaged children and children at risk. She left the organisation in 2012.
(4)
Media team
Lauren is a university student, studying communcications. Aside from children's well-being, she is passionate about anti-genocide and advocates for justice in East Africa. She was an intern with our media team in 2012.
(4)
Digital team
A former young carer, Robert provided marketing support to our Young Carers in Focus project.
Jasmine Mitchell
(4)
Policy team
Jasmine supported a wide range of our policy team's work in 2013.
Loretta Jones
(3)
Loretta coordinated our carol singing, runs and a wide range of regional fundraising activities. She left the organisation in 2013.
Mubena Abdul-Rahim
(3)
Policy team
Mubena was on a 3 month placement and supported the team with public affairs and parliamentary work.