Gerry Mitchell

Gerry Mitchell

Gerry Mitchell is a social researcher also experienced in political campaigning and community engagement. Policy Press has just published the paperback version of her book, co-authored, with Marcos González Hernando, ‘Uncomfortably Off: Why the Top 10% of Earners Should Care about Inequality’ (for link: click on globe below bio).

She has degrees from Cambridge and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) where she completed a Social Policy PhD in the Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion. She has recently worked with the Think Tank for Action on Social Change (Ireland), the Edinburgh Voluntary Organisations’ Council (Scotland), Foundation for European Progressive Studies (Brussels) and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (London and Nordic countries). In 2019, she stood as Labour’s parliamentary candidate in Woking, where she co-chairs local Compass and Make Votes Matter groups and set up Canalside Community Fridge.

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