Graham is the Chief Executive of the Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT) and has overall responsibility for the organisation’s strategic direction. Prior to joining CPT Graham worked in a wide variety of roles in financial services, most recently as Director of External Affairs for the workplace pensions trade body, the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association. He has also worked as a researcher in both the House of Commons and the Scottish Parliament, led the policy team at Which? and, as Director of Communications, was a member of the start-up team which created the UK’s largest pension scheme, NEST.
Alison is the Confederation of Passenger Transport’s (CPT) Policy Manager and was previously a civil servant and has also worked outside of government for organisations such as Which?. She is the lead author of the bus strategy and is responsible for CPT’s engagement with the Department for Transport and other areas of government.
Tom is External Relations Manager at the Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT) and previously was Interim Director of External Affairs at the Country Land and Business Association, which is the trade body for rural landowners and businesses. He has also previously worked for an MP in Parliament. He is responsible for media and political engagement around the strategy.