Our Team


Lee chalmers: Founder and Co-Director: Edinburgh

Lee is a consultant, researcher and campaigner. She has been involved in gender equality efforts for a decade, started a women's network, made a film about the future for women and spent 3 years on the board of The Fawcett Society. She has an MSc in Gender and is currently researching a PhD on the connection between online trolling and women's participation in public life at the University of Edinburgh. Lee stood for election to the Scottish Parliament for The Women's Equality Party in 2016.

Vicky booth: Co-Director: London

Vicky is a diversity specialist and project manager. She has a passion for increasing diversity within politics, and has been running initiatives to support women and other under-represented groups within the Liberal Democrats for the last 7 years. Vicky has an MA in Gender Studies from SOAS, where she looked specifically at gender dynamics in conflict resolution efforts in North Eastern Kenya. She is excited to be part of the Parliament Project team! 

Hannah stevens: Administrator: London

Hannah is a senior manager within the third sector who has particular experience in supporting the set up and growth of charitable organisations. She spent more than a decade working in Cambodia within the disability and arts sector to develop the capacity of local organisation leaders. Hannah has sat on the board of several international organisations focusing on arts for social change including Cambodian Living Arts and Tiny Toones, and is a strong advocate for diversity in public life. 

eve holt: PP North: Manchester

Eve is a change agent, coach and consultant, with a background public law and policy specialising in education, health, social care and discrimination.  Eve enjoys working with people to deliver purposeful change for individuals, organisations and communities.  She is a trustee at Manchester City of Sanctuary, an active school governor and leads a local community bike project.  Most recently she co-founded #DivaManc to build women's voice, participation and power in Greater Manchester devolution.  She is a passionate campaigner for equality and a political activist. 

Nicola waterworth: PP North: Maccelesfield

Nicola is a coach, change agent and project consultant, with a background in policy and service commissioning in the public sector, particularly with local authorities and partners. A feminist activist for nearly two decades Nicola is passionate about leadership, collaboration and creating change at a local level.  Nicola has previously been a trustee of Fawcett Society and of Women’s Sport Trust. In 2017 Nicola is Founding Director of finditfilm.com to create and share more films about women and girls in sport.