Lee Bryant is a founding director of Headshift, a Trustee of Involve and a Board Member of the Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilisation (FSTC).

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‘’Lee Bryant is an on-line social communication specialist with a focus on knowledge development, and has a strong belief in the empowering potential of the Internet. He has been playing with words and computers since the age of 10, and published his first code aged 11. Pre-Internet, he wrote and researched in the field of International Relations, working as a media consultant for the Bosnian government in London and Sarajevo during the war.

In 1996, he co-founded one of the first successful online agencies to focus on building online knowledge communities, and also helped establish the social enterprise Brixton Online, where he remains a director; he is also on the Board of a new charity called Involve that is exploring new forms of public participation.

In 2002, Lee and his team founded a new company, Headshift Ltd, to focus on the emerging area of social software, and since then he has become a leading writer and practitioner in the field of augmented online social interaction, whilst working in close partnership with Headshift’s clients to create innovative online applications. Headshift is now at the forefront of the UK social software industry, and its clients and partners include NHS organisations, professional services firms, corporates, local government, NGOs and think tanks.’‘