Appointed as the Executive Director of the National Park City Foundation and London National Park City in June 2022.
Mark was previously Chief Executive of mySociety, and has enjoyed a diverse 20-year digital career including stints as COO at design consultancy BERG, as a senior advisor at political campaigners Blue State Digital in London, and served on the national executive of the Green Party of England & Wales for five years.
Originally studying Architecture at Strathclyde University, he got his commercial start in 1996 working for a small web design agency in Birmingham before setting up glue London, the UK’s first digital advertising agency in 1999, going on to become global managing director of Isobar, following glue’s acquisition in 2005.
Floree is a Ranger Programme Manager for London National Park City. She has more than 10 years’ experience working with talent and purpose led organisations like Impact Hub and Koreo, to accelerate social and environmental change.
Her interest lies in innovation tools and systems change methodologies that can tackle and solve complex problems. She does this through her interdisciplinary specialism in coaching and action learning, facilitation, business development, event management, innovation / co-production, community building and content design. Floree is an activist for indigenous rights and biodiversity loss; a nature lover with a passion for holistic living.
Ed is a Ranger Programme Manager for London National Park City. He has a background in biodiversity conservation, science communication and community volunteering having worked for organisations including the Marine Conservation Society, Bat Conservation Trust and Natural History Museum.
Ed has a particular interest in community-led conservation and mainstreaming biodiversity conservation within policy. With significant personal experience in volunteering, Ed is committed to supporting volunteers as well as demonstrating the invaluable role they play in making our world a better place for nature.
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