Make Space for Girls was set up by Susannah Walker and Imogen Clark

Susannah Walker is an author and former tv producer, who was outraged when she realised that not only had her local council only provided outdoor facilities for teenage boys, but they didn’t propose to do anything about it either,

Imogen Clark was a lawyer for many years, before leaving the law for opportunities in the charity sector. In addition to working for Make Space for Girls, Imogen chairs a charity that campaigns for London to become a more age-friendly city and is a trustee of a local foodbank. A life long feminist, Imogen studied for a post graduate certificate in gender studies at Birkbeck, University of London, which reinforced her belief that if we want to change the unfairness we see around us, we need to campaigning for structural change.