Harris is the co-founder of the Naz Legacy Foundation, and organised the first youth Interfaith Iftar at Lambeth Palace, which brought together the Archbishop of Canterbury, Chief Rabbi, Mayor of London and over 100 youth leaders from each of London’s boroughs – representing all faiths and none. He is also a Board member of Mosaic, HRH The Prince of Wales’ mentoring charitable initiative, Trustee of the Royal Parks and the vice-chair of the Natural History Museum. Harris founded the Patchwork Foundation in 2012, recognising the vital need of a vehicle by which to promote the political and democratic engagement of under-represented communities.
Hannah is an experienced consultant at leading political consultancy firm Lexington, where she supports clients across corporate affairs, ESG, financial services and healthcare. Prior to this, Hannah interned at several political think tanks and national campaigns, and holds a BSc in Government from the LSE. Whilst at university, she was elected President of the Jewish Society at LSE and was also appointed Student Ambassador for the Council of Christians and Jews, and the Joseph Interfaith Foundation. Prior to becoming a Trustee,
Hannah has also been an active member of the Naz Legacy Executive Team.
Mashiyath joined us in January 2023 as Programme Intern to support us in our work with young people across London. Mashiyath is a recent BA Politics and International Relations Graduate from Queen Mary University of London. Mashiyath is enthusiastic about feminist, anti-racist activist work after being a part of Amnesty International’s youth activist programme, ‘Rise Up’, and leading her university’s Feminist Society. She is currently involved in running the Faith and Belief Forum’s 2023 Youth Interfaith Summit and in Breakthrough! Women’s Cafe to run an event about career navigation and pressures for women of colour. Mashiyath is interested in raising the voices of South Asian women within their community and broader society by encouraging conversation and solidarity.