6 New Fellows

We are delighted to announce six talented new fellows, joining our existing network of collaborators who share our mission to tell different kinds of stories. 

The new fellows are:

1| Anne McCrossan
Over 20 years working in development in social housing and non profits , Anne now leads a digital business practice called Visceral Business, is the lead for the Open Data Institute in Cornwall and is a ceramic artist. Read More…

2| Paul Sng
A distinguished writer and filmmaker, Paul’s work shines a light on people who challenge the status quo and his work explores state-of-the-nation and social exploration themes. Read More…

3| David Civil
A PhD student at the University of Nottingham, his research explores the origins, development and trajectory of the concept meritocracy in post-war Britain. Read More…

4| Jon Alexander
Jon co-founded the New Citizenship Project in 2014 as an innovation company, generating and delivering creative projects which promote the role of the Citizen, inspiring and encouraging participation in society. Read More…

5| Deborah Newbold
Debs Newbold is a theatre artist based in London and West Yorkshire.  She’s an actor, director and performance storyteller working across a range of theatre forms, with a love of work that playfully explores performer-audience relationships. Read More…

6| Cath Sleeman
Cath is the Quantitative Research Fellow at Nesta. Her work aims to show how we can draw new insights from novel sources of big data, with a recent focus on two areas: improving labour market information and measuring diversity in the creative economy. Read More…