Jo Rigby works in marketing and is active in the PTA at the school her children attend. She’s been working with local teachers and parents leading the fight against the cuts to schools like Earlsfield Primary and Beatrix Potter School. Jo is passionate about community and has been bringing together her street for an annual party for 14 years. Her desert island disc is Hit the North by the Fall and she'd take Vanity Fair by Anthony Trollope.
Graeme has lived in Wandsworth for over twenty years. A former senior manager in the civil service specialising in occupational and public health he chaired UN Agency and EU meetings and has a wide experience of central and local government. A former National President of his trade union, Prospect, Graeme actively campaigns on employment rights. He is committed to improving the health and well-being of Earlsfield residents and to improving air quality, especially around schools. Graeme is a QPR season ticket holder, cricket umpire and Surrey County Cricket Club Member.
Alan was born in Dublin and raised in Southampton. He moved to London in 2003 to attend university. Al has been a secondary school teacher since 2010, teaching politics and economics in various London schools. During this time he has been an active member of the National Education Union and the Labour Party. He is driven by a desire to improve his local community and by a belief in social justice. Outside of politics and education, Al is a huge sports fan, really loves to travel to new countries and to spend time with his friends and family.