Dr Eliza Filby is a writer, speaker and researcher who specialises in what she calls ‘Generational Intelligence’ helping companies and services understand generational shifts within politics, society and the workplace. She is passionate about the cause of age diversity and bringing the generations together through greater empathy.

She has worked with a variety of organizations from VICE Media, Warner Brothers, ASOS clothing, UK's Ministry of Defence and the Royal Household. She has worked with banks such as HSBC, Barclays, BYMellon in Canada and Macquarie bank in Australia. She has spoken at the EU’s Human Rights Forum on teenagers and technology; the Financial Times CEO forum on the future of work and to the UK’s House of Lord’s Select Committee on intergenerational unfairness.

Eliza received her PhD from the University of Warwick and subsequently taught at King’s College, London and the University of Renmin in China. Her writing has been published in The Times, The Mail Spectator, Guardian and the Financial Times. She published her first book ‘God and Mrs Thatcher’ in 2014 and is currently writing her second a history of ageing in the 21st century.

Her writings and research can be found on her website www.elizafilby.com where you can also sign up to her fortnightly newsletter.