Shift.ms is the social network for people with multiple sclerosis. Founded by MSers, for MSers, the charity supports many thousands of recently diagnosed people across the world as they make sense of MS. It’s independent and it’s free.
Our members are at the centre of everything we do. Members inform our decisions, conduct interviews with leading MS researchers and generate content for our website and social media channels.
Our volunteers keep Shift.ms alive and breathing, which is why we call them ‘The Energy’. We’re working towards creating a self-sustaining community able to identify and meet its own needs, with little need for paid staff. We have over 200 volunteers who offer their time in various ways including moderating the site, fundraising, spreading the word about Shift.ms at events and coordinating the Twitter Takeover. Find out more and meet some our volunteers.
George Pepper @gpeps
Co-founder, providing MSer insight and working to ensure no MSer feels alone. Believer in all things Yorkshire.
Freddie Yauner @freddiems
Co-founder, interested in how creativity can have a social impact. Purveyor of colourful socks.
Sam Billington @sambillington
Digital Sam, in charge of all things website related. Lover of tacos and very small cans of beer.
Rob Sloan @rsloan89
Design wizard, making sure all the shapes and colours look spot on. Covert northerner.
Millar Maxwell @millar
Creative flair, turning ridiculous ideas into reality. Connoisseur of baseball caps.
Amy Stow @amyshift
Community builder, empowering MSers to be collaborators and contributors. History geek.
Jason Nguyen @jasonenn
When it comes to getting things done, Jason has already done it. In house video wizard and constant inspiration.
Fabrice Allum – Chair
Raj Kumar – Vice Chair
Simon Cooper – Treasurer
Zera HuiXuan Ong
If you want to get in touch with us for any reason, the best place to start is [email protected] - this is run by our community team and is our most covered inbox, is effectively a switchboard for the rest of the team. They'll get in touch and froward you onto the relevant team member.