Doteveryone is the responsible technology think tank. 

We’re fighting for better tech, for everyone.

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We want to see a world where responsible technology is the new normal. 

We’re working to change how tech is made and used so that it supports a fair, inclusive and sustainable democratic society.   

So we don’t just talk, we act. 

We show businesses how to build technology that supports the best interests of people, communities and planet. 

And we help policymakers set the terms for technology to be better for everyone.

Our team 

Martha Lane Fox founded Doteveryone following her Dimbleby Lecture in 2015 where she called for a new organisation to help us shape our digital world and navigate the moral and ethical issues it presents.  

From that vision, we’ve grown into a small and dedicated London-based team that pulls together to achieve more than the sum of our parts. Meet the Doteveryone team.

Our values

Using our own Responsible Leadership process on ourselves, we’ve established the following values:

  • We value people’s time and experience, and are impatient for change
  • We turn complex ideas into accessible conversations
  • We challenge the obvious and state the unsaid
  • We respect the power of our voice and influence and try to use that to support and challenge others, as appropriate
  • In turn, we welcome both support and challenge for our own work
  • We are useful:
    • We describe problems that others can’t see yet – in a timely way
    • We understand how to make change, and create artefacts that help others to do so

How we are funded

As a charity, we rely on generous funders and a network of supporters and collaborators who make our work possible. Find out who funds us and how to support us.

We also rely on donations to fund our work. Help make responsible tech the new normal for a fair, inclusive and sustainable future by supporting Doteveryone.


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Our Team

Catherine Miller
Catherine took over as Interim CEO from Rachel Coldicutt in November 2019. Until recently, as Director of Policy, Catherine was responsible for putting responsible technology at the heart of the policy agenda.

Before joining Doteveryone Catherine was a BBC journalist covering major national and international news and then helped establish the Mile End Institute at Queen Mary University of London.
Catherine Miller Interim CEO
Hannah Kitcher
Hannah is responsible for increasing awareness of our work championing of responsible technology and making us the go-to voice for understanding the complex challenges of our digital age.

Prior to joining Doteveryone, Hannah worked in the research, then later the communications team, at The Young Foundation, a think tank that specialises in using the tools of social innovation to tackle society’s major social issues.
Hannah Kitcher Communications Manager
James Barclay
James is passionate about using design to increase public wellbeing. Utilising graphic design, illustration and research, he aims to show how tech could be better and why. He is also responsible for our comms and content design.

James graduated with a first class honours in design at Goldsmiths. In his final year project he designed musical systems aimed at decreasing mental health stigma
James Barclay Designer
Kapila Perera
Kapila is leading our work to understand the social impact of technology, and strengthen society in a digital first world. This includes research on Better Care Systems, and Better Work within the gig economy.

Prior to Doteveryone, Kapila led the Research and Impact functions at Scope, the disability equality charity, and led the economic analysis at the Regulator of Social Housing.
Kapila Perera Director of Research & Engagement
Dr Laura James
Dr Laura James is an Associate at Doteveryone, and was previously Technical Principal 2015-2018.

Laura’s work explores cutting edge internet technologies and turning them into useful products and systems, through technology and leadership roles in diverse contexts.

Dr Laura James Associate

Our Trustees

Martha Lane Fox
Martha founded Doteveryone at her Dimbleby Lecture in 2015 and is the Chair of Trustees. Martha co-founded travel website with Brent Hoberman in 1998, they took it public in 2000 and sold it in 2005. She founded her own charitable foundation, Antigone, in 2007. In 2013, Martha was appointed as a crossbench peer in the House of Lords, and Chancellor of the Open University in 2014. She is a non executive director at the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction and a non executive director of Twitter. She also co-founded and chairs LuckyVoice.
Martha Lane Fox Executive Chair
James Wise
James has a background in technology, social enterprise and policy. He is a partner at the venture capital firm Balderton, where he works with tech companies in fields as diverse as genomics, quantum computing and automated manufacturing.

Prior to joining Balderton, James worked at the charity the Social Business Trust, which supports entrepreneurs building social enterprises. He previously worked with a leading fintech start-up and the consultancy McKinsey & Co.

James Wise Trustee
Mel Exon
Mel is a proven business leader with 25 years’ experience working in the UK creative industries, most recently as Group CEO of the brand and entertainment company, Sunshine. Mel was previously Managing Director of the creative agency, BBH, and co-founder of its global innovation arm, BBH Labs.

Mel is best known for her progressive thinking and empathetic leadership, with significant expertise in technology-driven marketing communications. Mel is currently taking a year out of the workplace to finish a book.

Mel Exon Trustee
Sabrina Clarke-Okwubanego
Sabrina is a strategist and the Managing Director of Build Global. She has built her subject matter expertise in strategy, transformation and change across industry disciplines internationally working for organizations such as EY, Nordstrom, Ogilvy & Mather, Barclays Investment Bank and Barclays PLC. Sabrina is also a creative, providing a platform that produces and curates art. She is passionate about service, leadership, constructive dialogue and creating space.
Sabrina Clarke-Okwubanego Trustee
Sarah Hunter
Sarah is the Director of Global Public Policy at X the Moonshot Factory.

X - formerly Google X - is a diverse group of inventors and entrepreneurs who build and launch technologies that aim to improve the lives of millions of people.

Sarah has spent 10 years working in politics and 10 years in technology and so brings to Doteveryone a unique ability to bridge the divide between policy and technology.

Sarah Hunter Trustee
Richard Lackmann
Richard Lackmann is a US certified public accountant with international not-for-profit and commercial experience. Richard has worked for GlaxoSmithKline, Deloitte Consulting and Equifax, as well as spending three years as finance director of the Letloa Trust. Richard is currently working as a consultant supporting charities to improve their effectiveness by supporting strategic, operational and financial thinking.
Richard Lackmann Trustee

Our Advisory Council

Andrew Eland

Andrew is the founder of Diagonal, which aims to build responsible technology to improve urban life. Previously, Andrew built and led the engineering organisation at DeepMind Health, deploying software to the NHS and researching the use of machine learning for healthcare. He has also been responsible for the engineering organisations behind Google Maps Mobile, and Google’s philanthropic efforts for elections, crisis response and the support for non-profits.

Andrew Eland Advisor
Dawn Duhaney

Dawn has worked at the heart of digital, data and technology across roles at the Wellcome Trust, Government Digital Service and Open Data Institute.

Dawn has previously designed and led programmes to increase data and digital literacy in policy professions, built communities of technologists and set recommendations for how government can make better use of data in decision making.

Dawn Duhaney Advisor
Jack Stilgoe

Jack is an Associate Professor in the Department of Science and Technology Studies at University College London, where he teaches and researches science policy, responsible research and innovation and the governance of emerging technologies. He is a fellow of the Turing Institute.

Jack Stilgoe Advisor
Jason Kitcat

Jason is a champion for digital transformation and passionate about local government and public policy. He is currently Interim Chief Operating Officer for the Open Rights Group. Previously, he was Executive Director, Corporate Development at Essex County Council.

Jason Kitcat Advisor
Liz Wilson

Liz leads the day-to-day operation of Karmarama’s unique agency offering, which includes brand strategy, design and advertising; data driven digital marketing and content; digital products and platforms, film and digital production. She specialises in integrating these disciplines, along with the capabilities of Accenture Interactive, to create growth and value for client and agency businesses.

Liz Wilson Advisor
Navprit Rai

Nav currently works for the Greater London Authority, where she leads teams of researchers to investigate the issues that affect the lives of Londoners. She has held a number of senior roles in the fields of policy and communications and has expertise in behavioural science.

Navprit Rai Advisor
Rikesh Shah

Rikesh leads Transport for London’s market innovation activity to create new value for London by working with start-ups, corporates, academia, accelerators and venture capitalists. He was responsible for creating TfL’s first Innovation Hub, which is charged with setting out the organisation’s key problem statements, bringing in the best innovators from across the world, piloting and scaling innovative solutions, as well as establishing the right culture in the company.

Rikesh Shah Advisor
Tracey Follows

Tracey is a professional futurist. Also the CEO and Founder of Futuremade, a strategic foresight and futures consultancy helping clients grow business, design product and make decisions with the future in mind.

Tracey Follows Advisor