Headline Money's Financial Broadcast Journalist of the year, Georgie is a multi award-winning journalist and radio presenter. She has been the host of ‘Share Radio Morning’ since our launch in 2014, after moving from the BBC as a sports broadcaster and presenter.
Simon left a City career as a stockbroker to become a financial reporter at the BBC, broadcasting principally on Radio 4 and the World Service. After a broad-spanning career in media he now presents Share Radio's Market Wrap and Evening Show.
Sue Dougan presents the Saturday Afternoon show, including 'Track Record': an accomplished presenter, she's particularly interested in the drive and personalities of entrepreneurs and innovators.
Ed's deep experience in the world of investment and personal finance has equipped him well to unwrap the mysteries of the City.
Richard Blanco is a London based landlord developer with properties in North, East and South East London. Areas of interest and expertise include buying at auction, managing the development process, encouraging positive landlord tenant relations, fundraising and business strategy. Richard is also a London Representative for the National Landlords Association, sets up and speaks at landlord meetings and works on policy, press and media campaigns. Recent television appearances include BBC, Sky & Channel 4 News and he has commented on housing issues on BBC Radio London, LBC Radio and Radio 4, plus appearances in a range of national newspapers and property websites. Richard has featured in sixteen episodes of Househunters International which airs prime time in the USA, Canada and on Sky Living in the UK. He also presents NLA podcast and Share Radio programme, Inside Property.
Linda Lewis is the Presenter/Producer of our weekly documentary series ‘Company Casebook’. Casebook is our on the ground look inside businesses large and small from a people perspective.
Sarah Pennells is an award-winning personal finance journalist and broadcaster. She started her career in radio and has spent over 20 years specialising in personal finance.
Nick has been a radio, TV and newspaper journalist all his life, and today he is a publisher and editor.
Motley Fool Money airs every week on more than 50 radio stations across America. The show features a team of Motley Fool analysts discussing the week's top business and investing stories, interviews, and an inside look at the stocks on our radar.
Adam is an entrepreneur, broadcaster, property and stock market investor, psychologist and blogger. He started his career at Chiltern FM and Classic Gold and now creates hundreds of hours of broadcast content every month covering topics such as personal finance, tech, psychology, health, travel and business.
Vicky Sayers has a BJTC-accredited Masters in Radio from Goldsmiths, University of London. She began her career presenting the travel news across regional BBC and commercial stations, and freelancing at BBC Radio 2 and BBC Oxford. From there she moved on to her role as breakfast show producer at Premier Radio, before joining the Share team in 2017.
Peter is Director of the Centre for Employment Research at the University of Westminster. Most of his time is spent leading studies that use Big Data to answer questions for policymakers and business. Over the last 15 years he has been commissioned by DfE, MoJ, MoD, HMRC, BEIS, DIT and DWP to lead studies that tackle issues of education and social mobility, equality and diversity, entrepreneurship, employment relations and housing. Peter’s academic and policy work covers around 100 published outputs; he has provided expert advice to a range of bodies including DfE, the Cabinet Office, National Audit Office and Ernst and Young; and is currently Principle Investigator for the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funded study, Early Identification of Young People at Risk of Poor Educational and Labour Market Outcomes.
Franz is a Professor of Economics at Westminster Business School, University of Westminster.
His favourite research interests are in the fields of labour and education economics, and much of his research focuses on topics such as the returns to learning and social mobility. Franz has published in leading academic journals and contributed to numerous policy reports. He has worked with a variety of government departments including DfE, HMRC, HMT, BEIS, and the MOD. His research has been covered by various media outlets such as BBC news, BBC Radio 4, The Economist, The Guardian, The Times and Huffington Post.
Franz is the current Director of Research for the Westminster Business School. In this capacity Franz is responsible for the management of Westminster Business School's research portfolio and oversees the research activities of 200 members of staff.
Matt is a Reader in Public Policy at the University of Bath’s Institute for Policy Research. He gained his PhD in Economics from the University of Warwick in 2009 and held research fellowships at the University of Bristol and University College Dublin before joining Bath as a Research Fellow in 2012.
Matt’s research focuses on issues relating to the labour market and the economics of education, with particular interest in social mobility, and the impact of education on subsequent outcomes in life. His research has been published in major academic journals and he has co-authored policy reports for the Department for Education and the Low Pay Commission, as well as acting as an advisor to the DfE, HMT, the Welsh Assembly Government and the Cabinet Office. Matt’s work has been covered by all of the major UK newspapers and news websites, and he has previously made appearances on Channel 4 News, ITV News, BBC Radio 4, and BBC Radio 5Live.
In Bath, Matt leads the IPR’s research programme on widening participation in higher education as well as contributing to research in other policy areas.
Tom Levitt is a writer and consultant on responsible business, a field he has worked in since leaving Parliament in 2010 after 13 years as a Labour MP. In the Commons he focused on communities, charities and international development, and he recently helped to found the anti-poverty social enterprise Fair for You. He has held several positions as a charity chair and company director. The author of three books, his latest work is The Company Citizen: Good for Business, Planet, Nation and Community. As a consultant, his clients have included major businesses, think tanks, councils and charities, and he's carried out ground-breaking research on the role of SMEs in the community.
Currently, he is a member of the independent sustainability advisory panel for Walgreen Boots Alliance and on the British Standards Institution committee looking at the measurement of social value.
Starting his career as a science teacher in secondary schools, Tom lives in West London and is a season ticket holder at Brentford FC.
Gavin is an entrepreneur, motivated by the immense potential of our human condition and the opportunity to help individuals achieve their aims and aspirations. He is founder and managing director of Share Radio, which complements the strands of both his commercial and voluntary activities.
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