Becky Luff

Becky works in Production Accounts in Film and TV and has previously worked at political publishers Lawrence & Wishart and as a freelance events producer for organisations including the TUC and the Amiel & Melburn Trust.

Becky brings to the PIRC board financial and budgeting understanding, as well as a decade of experience working and volunteering across the not-for-profit sector. Becky has an MA in International Studies from SOAS and is an active member of the Scottish Green Party.

Elly Baker

Elly is a Londonwide Assembly Member for the Labour party and spokesperson on transport in London. Prior to becoming a politician Elly was a trade union organiser for over 20 years and has organised workers within industries as diverse as transport, education, social care and the arts.

She brings substantial experience of management, human resource policies and practice and wider organisational issues—both large scale and individual—and is passionate about ensuring that organisations support and engage their workers.

Joe Beswick

Joe is a Project Manager at the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung’s London Office, working on economic justice. Previously he was Head of Housing and Land at the New Economics Foundation, worked at Asylum Aid, a legal and support organisation for refugees and asylum seekers, and at Brent Community Law Centre, a grassroots human rights NGO. Alongside his work at NEF, Joe recently completed a PhD looking at the privatisation of social housing in London.

Outside of work he is an activist with the London Renters Union, helping their work to build the collective power of renters.

Emmanuelle Andrews

Emmanuelle (she/her) is a Policy and Campaigns Manager at human rights organisation Liberty where she works across policing, protest, surveillance and technology. She has appeared across tv and radio discussing racial justice and non-policing solutions to social issues, and has written for Red Pepper, Gal-dem, and Huck magazine amongst others.

Prior to joining Liberty, Emmanuelle worked in research and policy at Kaleidoscope Trust, advocating for the rights of communities across the globe persecuted because of their sexual orientation and gender identity due to legacies of colonialism. Emmanuelle was a founding member of the Free Black University and a researcher-in-residence at the South London Gallery where she worked with young people on responding to a colonial anthropological archive. She is also a reframing consultant for Runnymede Trust’s racial justice project.

Emmanuelle holds a BA in Anthropology and Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and an MA in Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice from the University of British Columbia (on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Musqueam people).

Dr Sally Zlotowitz

Sally is a Clinical and Community psychologist and CEO of the charity Art Against Knives in London. She is passionate about addressing the intersections of social justice and mental health. She is co-founder of Psychologists for Social Change and the Housing and Mental Health Network. Sally was the Chair of the British Psychological Society’s Community Psychology Section for many years and is Co-editor of The Palgrave Handbook of Innovative Community & Clinical Psychologies . Outside of work and activism, Sally is committed to nature-based spirituality.