About the CFPI
CFPI advocates include our staff team, and our brilliant network of volunteers.
Campaigners make our work possible. Perhaps you are an individual with particular health needs suffering from the decline of public toilet provision, or a business operator struggling to encourage footfall due to unappealing public space, join our activist network.
Our staff team boasts experience throughout public and government affairs on behalf of private and third sector advocacy groups. CFPI staff have worked in local government for large combined authorities, for political parties, and in both Houses of Parliament.
The CFPI values honesty and frank feedback, and work collaboratively and creatively to identify new ways to advocate for our network. The CFPI is an equal opportunities employer. We value diversity and building a team that represents a range of backgrounds and perspectives. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.