People

Samuel Yung

Events Coordinator
Sam was Communications Manager for the CCF from 2015 - 16. After working for a refugee charity for a year and a half, he has rejoined the CCF team to plan, advertise and deliver CCF events. He is also Parliamentary Adviser to CCF member Steve Double MP.

Chloe Doyle

Supporter Relations and Accounts Coordinator
Chloe joined the CCF team in 2018 working part-time as the Supporter Relations and Accounts Coordinator. Along with her CCF role, she is also an avid researcher and writer, having studied a master’s degree in Human Rights at University College London.

Clare De Silva

Director
Clare De Silva is a local Councillor in Enfield and is part of Restore Community Church. As well as being on the Conservative Approved Candidates list, her background is in charities and social enterprises particularly at a community level.

Cllr Robin Millar

Director
Robin worked internationally as an engineer before starting a business focused on transforming local government. Work helps reduce demands for expensive services including health and critical services to families and young people. Robin is an approved Parliamentary Candidate, an experienced Councillor and former Mayor of Newmarket. He led the multi-£M Home of Horse Racing project, co-founded the Newmarket Festival CIC and initiated the successful "Let's Read!" campaign in Newmarket schools.

Simon Day

Director
Simon Day is the Conservative Party's Chief Financial Officer and Chief of Staff to the Party Treasurer.  He has responsibility for the financial management of the Party and oversees the Treasurers, Finance, Commercial and HR Departments.  He is part of the Conservative Campaign Headquarters (CCHQ) Executive Management Team.  

Anna Caffell

Director
Anna has worked in politics since the 2010 election, she currently supports Dame Caroline Spelman MP, the Second Church Estates Commissioner. Anna is actively involved in her church community at Holy Trinity Brompton (HTB) and has co-founded and led two Christian networks; the International Justice Forum (IJF) and the Women in Leadership Network London (WLN). These networks unify Christians from different denominations around the common causes of either supporting members in their vocation in international justice or supporting young women who are entering positions of leadership across a variety of sectors