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.

David Ayre
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As part of our transformation team, David studies what we do and how our services work, and helps to design and strategically plan our organisation’s future
Kym Lomas
(2)
Guest bloggers
Actress and singer Kym Lomas supports our Fair and Square campaign
Sally Wrenn
(2)
Digital team
Sally worked with the digital team and others across the organisation to create and edit content for our website and emails. She was an intern during a semester studying in London. She is a student at the University of Mary Washington in the US.
Stephanie Drummond
(2)
As part of our regional fundraising team, Steph works with and supports university students as they put on fundraising events and activities across the country and world
Ruth Wanjiku
(2)
Policy team
Ruth supported the Refugee Children’s Consortium and our work here at The Children's Society. She is reading politics and international relations at Royal Holloway, University of London.
Christina Grocott
(2)
Digital team
By updating our website, communicating with supporters via email, social media and our blog, Christina spread word of our work, aiming to inspire more people to get involved. She volunteered to support our digital team in 2013.
Misha B
(2)
Guest bloggers
A singer and former X Factor finalist from Manchester, Misha B is our newest ambassador.
Richard Reddie
(2)
Guest bloggers
Richard is Project Director for the Churches Together in England's initiative to mark the bicentenary of the 1807 Abolition of the Slave Trade Act. Previously he was Education Policy Officer for Race on the Agenda. He has a BA in Caribbean studies and Spanish, and an MA in information management.
Hannah Loney
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Guest bloggers
Hannah is Director of Marketing at the Children's ISA.