The team at Chamber is passionate about bringing national conversations to local communities across the UK. As the UK’s first “do tank” designed to turn policy into practice, the Curia team support a team of sector experts with rich research and data analytics expertise.
A former MP and Councillor, Ben has 15 years of experience in public sector policy delivery across multiple sectors. A former Member of the Women and Equalities Select Committee, Ben has worked with Governments around the world to formulate diversity and inclusion policies.
He has held several non-exec roles including a multinational rail infrastructure company and sits on the British Standards Institute Health Management Committee.
Miles’ career has taken him from politics to some of the UK’s largest charities, founding a political research agency, a charity fundraising company and now to Chamber and Curia; where the worlds of charity, politics and business meet.
He believes engagement across communities, sectors and interest groups during the policy making process will lead to more lasting change than central direction alone and is passionate about organising forums and events where policy makers can hear alternative perspectives.
Editor and Marketing Executive
Having been active in Labour and Feminist politics, Charlotte now takes the lead in editing our journal, on our social media and on editing our website content.
Always on the look out for a story, get in touch with Charlotte if you would like to feature on this website, our YouTube channel or in the journal!
David is the creative mind shaping Chamber UK’s event visuals. With a passion for political storytelling sparked during a transformative internship at the European Parliament, David expertly captures the essence of each gathering. Boasting 8 years of experience, he not only frames moments but also ensures flawless audio-visual experiences, guaranteeing crystal-clear sound for all attendees.
Recently graduated from LSE with a Masters in the Political Economy of Europe, Ulysse supports the office across portfolios, from policy research to secretarial work.
He is active in the Liberal Democrats, in particular policy-making, where he sits on the party’s Federal Policy Committee, through his role as the Policy Officer for the Young Liberals (the youth and student wing of the Liberal Democrats).