Being human helps

Weirdly, a lot of behavioural specialists aren’t great at working directly with real people. Not us. We are real people.

In the real world, relationships and the human touch are essential to getting things done.

Our team likes nothing more than getting out of the office and in to homes, communities and organisations where we can listen, learn and hopefully make a difference.

Our
people

Ana
Granger

Director

Ana Granger Ana Granger

Ian
Fannon

Managing Director

Ian Fannon Ian Fannon

Tim
Parry

Director

Tim Parry Tim Parry

Mikaela
Green

Senior Consultant & Behavioural Science Lead

Mikaela Green Mikaela Green

Phillipa
Williams

Strategy Director

Phillipa Williams Phillipa Williams

Adam
Mitchinson

Creative Director

Adam Mitchinson Adam Mitchinson

Emily
Rayner

Senior Consultant

Emily Rayner Emily Rayner

Francesca
Butcher

Junior Consultant

Francesca Butcher Francesca Butcher

Nicky
Gaskell

Associate

Nicky Gaskell Nicky Gaskell

Azim
Arsiwala

Senior Consultant

Azim Arsiwala Azim Arsiwala

Jude
Hackett

Associate

Jude Hackett Jude Hackett

Padraig
Walsh

Consultant Psychologist

Padraig Walsh Padraig Walsh

Jenny
Prout

Marketing Lead

Jenny Prout Jenny Prout

Samuel
Salzer

Behavioural Science Advisor

Samuel Salzer Samuel Salzer

Emma
Nye

Senior Consultant

Emma Nye Emma Nye

Melanie
Arana

Junior Consultant

Melanie Arana Melanie Arana

Our culture

We do

  • aim to be one of the best places to work in the UK;
  • have an open door to talented people;
  • embrace differences.

We don't

  • use recruitment agencies;
  • use unpaid interns;
  • use and abuse.

Our name

Claremont was named after the founder’s nan’s hotel school in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Claremont’s founding principles – empowerment, modernity, excellence – came from Clare Caspersz (1919-2011), who used them to build her business over 50 years. She was an extraordinary person, a visionary, who would undoubtedly have been proud of the company today.

Clare Caspersz