Greg Rosen

Member since July 2019

(Trustee: January 2014 – July 2019)

Greg is Director of Public Policy at Bellenden, an independent public policy consultancy. A former Visiting Fellow at Goldsmiths in New Cross, where he has lived for more than a decade, he taught the MA in British Politics at Goldsmiths and currently teaches the History of London at the London campus of Wake Forest University, where he also previously taught British Politics. He has published three books on British political history and contributed essays to several others.

A former Vice-Chair of the Fabian Society, he was chair of the Fabian Society Research and Policy Committee for four years. He is Consultant Director at the think-tank Reform and co-author of three Reform reports.

A former Whitehall strategist, he was Head of Media Strategy for the London Development Agency during the successful 2012 Olympic Bid.

Greg is also an interim parent governor, until we appoint parent governors from our school community.