Our Team

Meet the amazing people who volunteer their time to combat injustice.

The Executive Committee

Ozair Surti

Executive Director
Age 17

Ella Harman

Deputy Director
Age 17
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Erin Kennedy

Head of Campaigns & Mayanmar Lead
Age 17

The Team

Avital Cohen

Uyghur Genocide Campaing Lead

Age 17

Harvey Moorhouse

Age 16

Dilnaz Kerim

Special project coordinator

Age 18

Lucy Pollock

Head of instagram and mental health co lead

Age 16

Noah Grose

Head of Editing

Age 17
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Hana Mansoor

Head of Social media
Age 17

Divyasha Joshi

Head of Admin
Age 18

Param Thakrar

Design Co-Lead
Age 17

Krish Gadhia

Design Co-Lead
Age 16

Hodaya Mason

head of fundraising
Age 18

Gracy Singh

Age 18

Amira Ahmed

Head of religious tolerance
Age 16

Mahek Nadeem

Age 17

Anna Firestone

Age 16
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Hirak Doshi

head of twitter
Age 18

Our Trustees

Our Trustees are all former members of the team, generally former Executive Committee members. Their role is to ensure that the BTB project  remains viable, active and sticks to our values. 

Eli Sassoon

Former exec
Age 19

Jonathan Gibson

founder and former exec
Age 19

Noa Levy

former exec
Age 18

Sakeena Rajpal

Former campaigns team
Age 19

Our Advisory Board

Rayhan Asat

Rayhan is a Yale World Fellow, human rights lawyer, and advocate. She is a non resident senior fellow at the Atlantic council. A former anti-corruption attorney at a major U.S. law firm, Rayhan specializes in international law, international human rights law, and compliance with best business practices. She is a Uyghur and a proud sister of Ekpar Asat, who is currently detained in a concentration camp in China.
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Benedict Rogers

Ben is a co-founder and Chief Executive of Hong Kong Watch. Ben is a Senior Analyst for East Asia at the international human rights organisation CSW. He is also the co-founder and Deputy Chair of the Conservative Party Human Rights Commission, a member of the advisory group of the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC) and the World Uyghur Congress.​

Clementine Smith

Clementine has worked in the charity sector for over 10 years and is passionate about driving programmes that motivate and engage people of all backgrounds - she is experienced in educational programme development & management, with a particular interest in youth engagement and non-formal education. She is the Director of Programmes and the Deputy Managing Director of the Holocaust Education Trust.

Jemma Levene

Jemma Levene is Deputy Director of HOPE not hate, the UK’s leading antifascist campaigning group. She has over twenty years’ experience of non-profit management and strategic development.

Mia Hasenson-Gross

Mia is the executive director of René Cassin, the Jewish voice for human rights, since 2015. She has been a human rights activist and campaigner for over 20 years previously working for Amnesty International and has in-depth knowledge of international human rights work and experience in human rights education, campaigning and organisational development.

Kirsty Robson

Kirsty has held various positions in outreach, development and project management for non-profits across the UK. She has a background in genocide education and commemoration with the Holocaust Education Trust and in anti-racism with Show Racism the Red Card. This includes experience in developing the reach of organisations and their campaigns to their full potential.

Lizzy Lewis

Lizzy has worked in education for the past 25 years as a teacher and teacher educator in primary and secondary schools in the UK and abroad. She specialises in: Student Voice, Philosophy for Children (P4C), Oracy, Global Education and Values-based Education.​