Organise's mission is to give everyone the tools, network and confidence we need to improve our lives at work.
We build secure, safe campaigning and organising technology that's free and open for everyone to use. Whether you want to anonymously ask your colleagues about a workplace policy you think should change, or you're ready to write an open letter to your company's CEO – with Organise your data and identity will always be confidential and protected.
There are over a million people in the Organise network – asking questions, running polls, starting petitions. And the staff team are ready to help you win your campaign, or offer advice and help. Organise is the only place to safely get heard at work.
"We’ve been tolerating the low pay for so long, it’s so good we’re finally doing something about it."
Nat is Organise's co-founder and CEO. She co-founded Organise when her pregnant friend faced discrimination at work. She's our chief trouble-maker and musical obsessive.
Bex co-founded Organise and takes care of Organise's technology, having previously led the tech team at 38 Degrees. She's *very* into cricket and caffeine.
Andrew takes care of our tech and development. After a busy day wrangling with the back-end of our tech stack, he puts his feet up with a cocktail (and he deserves it).
Martina is one of Organise's front-end development legends. She's originally from Austria and lives in Ireland, so her accent is delightful.
Eleanor also takes care of our front-end development. They're Organise's resident artist and she also loves a good game of Dungeons & Dragons, preferably to a soundtrack of Gregorian chanting.
Alex is our back-end developer but, honestly, he's a development all-rounder! When he's not at his desk, you can find him catching a wave or two in the warm waters off the coast of Spain.
Alex is a research whiz who improves your experience on Organise. Our second amazing Alex also lives in Spain (internal communication can get confusing) so you can often find her working from her balcony.
Zainabb is the person who replies to your email, keeps conversations buzzing, and helps tweak campaigns so they're spot on. They're also the person always talking about raccoons.
Organise runs smoothly thanks to Charlotte, the operations manager. She lives in Norwich with her nervous dog, Zelda, and mountain of to-read books.
Roxy dives in to help Organise members start and win their campaigns. She can help you plan your tactics or build your confidence, with her reassuring Yorkshire accent and snappy dress-sense.
We're not sure what Pav doesn't do... Nope, drawing a blank. Pavlina is our global network lead, taking Organise into new countries, but she does a bit of everything else too (when she's not hiking mountains).
Chloe sends emails, shapes strategy, thinks about revenue, and tries to make everyone laugh (sometimes successfully). When she's not at Organise, she likes to marry people – as a celebrant, not a polygamist.
"It gives me a chance to make a difference, also hope in a time when things are very difficult. Organise meant we could connect with others who had also been told to 'retrain in cyber' - now I can keep doing the job I love."
"As a disabled person I find the idea of going on a protest difficult but I still like to be kept informed on issues I could help wit and be able to influence decision makers by emailing, signing petition and answering polls where I can."
Each action gets us closer to our vision of a world where decent, fairly paid work is available and accessible to all, and where all of us are treated with dignity and respect at work.
Whether you’re a retail assistant calling for at least three people on shifts in case of an accident, or a self-employed mum campaigning to change the law around parental leave. Together we’re a powerful network who stand up for each other and win positive change in our working lives.
Powerful network of workers
Huge suite of organising tools
Safe discussion space