The Progress Team
Richard Angell – Director
Richard Angell is the director of Progress. He is the founder of Labour’s three seats challenge (#Lab3seats) and has run marginal seat campaigns for the UK Labour party, and its sister party, Australian Labor. He is elected to the TUC’s LGBT committee.
He is a former trade union official for Community Union and worked for the All Party Parliamentary Group on Combatting Antisemitism. He served on Labour’s National Policy Forum (2010-15), as secretary of LGBT Labour (2008-11) and chair of Young Labour (2007-2009).
Matthew Faulding – Deputy Director
Matthew Faulding was appointed assistant director of Progress in January 2015. Prior to this he was in public affairs representing a variety of sectors including retail, construction and transport. He has worked for Progress previously and has significant experience organising campaigns, selections and elections.
Adam Harrison – Deputy Editor
Adam Harrison joined Progress in 2010 having previously worked in publishing and in market research. He has been a Labour councillor in the London borough of Camden since May 2010. He studied Russian and French at Cambridge University and international relations at the College of Europe, Bruges.
Anna Phillips – Membership and Stakeholders Officer
Anna joined Progress in September 2015 having graduated with a degree in politics and international relations. She has previously worked as a community organiser and as a research assistant for a business startup. She is the youth officer for her constituency Labour party and was involved in Liz Kendall’s leadership campaign. She is the secretary of London Young Labour.
Email Anna: anna[at]progressonline.org.uk
Jerome Neil – Events Officer and Editorial Assistant
Jerome joined Progress in April 2016 having graduated with a degree in politics. Prior to this he worked in the private sector for a startup specialising in film, photography, and graphic design.
Email Jerome: jerome[at]progressonline.org.uk
Megan Corton Scott – Events Officer and Editorial Assistant
Megan joined Progress in April 2016. She has previously worked for a prominent thinktank and various charities in campaign coordination, as well as communications and events organisation. She is currently studying for her degree in History at Queen Mary, University of London.
Email Megan: megan[at]progressonline.org.uk
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