Renew's office is full of people from outside politics working hard to build up the party.
The party draws upon the varied experience of its people to develop a national network of coordinators and candidates, produce online content and organise events.
James Clarke is a start-up strategy consultant who has worked as an educator, journalist, event manager and insurance underwriter in Tokyo, Sydney, Amsterdam, the US and London. He holds an MSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics and stood as an independent candidate for Bermondsey and Old Southwark in the 2017 general election.
James is one of Renew’s founders and an accountant with a London Business School MBA. He has worked in India, China and Northern Ireland and was a world champion in 2014 in competitive debating. James was the Kensington independent candidate in the last general election and lives in London.
Director of Operations
David has had a varied career in a number of different sectors, including the Metropolitan Police and the tech industry. He has also spent time living and working in France as a start-up consultant and Head of Operations at a petrochemical company. Having returned to the UK, David ran as Renew’s Battersea candidate.
Emanuel is a website designer and Renew’s invaluable IT expert. Originally from Milan, Italy, Emanuel arrived in the UK in early 2018 and has been with Renew ever since. His surname means “little dragons” in Italian. A keen cook and traveller, Emanuel is passionate about helping Renew in its vision to reboot politics in the UK.
James recently graduated from the University of Portsmouth with a Politics degree. Since joining Renew he has been campaigning, written interest pieces for the website and examined demographic data, assisting with electoral strategy. He specialises in data and statistical analysis, with a passion for research into 21st Century digital politics.
Social Media Manager
Brogan recently joined Renew as an intern. She is responsible for Renew’s social media, also assists with research and writing articles for the website. Brogan studied International Relations at the University of Sussex and enjoys writing poetry and taking photographs—alongside her avid interest in politics.