Alison Inglis-Jones read theology at the University of Durham and, following graduation, worked in public affairs and public relations for PR agencies including Weber Shandwick Worldwide and Ketchum.

She has been actively involved in the voluntary sector for the last 20 years and is an experienced trustee having had responsibility on boards including the Challenge (NCS) and the Trussell Trust. She is now a board member of Magic Breakfast, Traidcraft, PECAN and Brixton & West Norwood food bank as well as a Ugandan based non-profit, Capstone. She provides pro bono public affairs advice to a wide number of charities, social enterprises and social businesses and is committed to understanding and addressing the issues facing the most disadvantaged in society by volunteering in food banks and social pantries across London. 
She is married with two adult sons and lives in South London.

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