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Our team

We bring together a collection of writers, thinkers and do-ers from a range of topic areas, in order to help you to live well.  We collaborate with individuals, educators and organisations.  If you have something you feel you could contribute to Life Squared, please do get in touch - [email protected].

Here is some brief information about our directors:

Richard Docwra is the founder and director of Life Squared. Richard has been involved in the movement for social and global change for many years – most recently as director of social change agency and think tank ChangeStar, consultant and author of the book ‘Modern life – as good as it gets?’.  See and his blog for more details.

Elizabeth Holmes is an advisor to Life Squared.  She is a writer and author specializing in education and health.  Her books have been published by a variety of publishers and translated around the world.  She also contributes to a broad range of newspapers, magazines and websites, both nationally and internationally. See for more details.

David Murray is an advisor to Life Squared. He is Managing Director of the Humanitarian Architecture charity, Article 25, helping vulnerable communities create greater resilience after natural disasters, conflict and in the face of poverty. Previously David was CEO of responsible investment think tank, Preventable Surpises, headed up the Campaigns and Communications teams at Cycling UK, was CEO of HIV advocacy charity Cricket Without Boundaries, and is former Chief Executive of the Green Party of England and Wales. David lives with his young family in Kent and enjoys a game of table tennis!

We also work with a team of brilliant volunteers who do everything from PR to design and illustration, and enable us to do what we do.  If you think you could contribute something to Life Squared in a voluntary capacity, do get in touch and let us know.