David Braniff-Herbert

An award-winning Equality, Trade Union and Community Organiser who is currently working with trade union UNISON as an Industrial Organiser and is a member of the TUC LGBT Committee, GMB's National Equality Forum and organises GMB & SERTUC young members.

Key founder of TUC Young Workers Month and the GMB's young members’ structures. Previous employment with TSSA, TUC, Hope Not Hate and UNITE.

A lifelong Trade Unionist and community organiser originally representing finance workers for trade union Unifi (now UNITE) before being given a big-break by the TUC Organising Academy in 2006.

Havering Together for Public Services (2014); Reclaim Vauxhall: No to LGBT hate crime (2013); TUC Young Workers Month (2012-14); GMB Young Members (2006-14); Barnet Alliance for Public Services (2012-13); London Assembly Elections (2012); HOPE not hate's Tower Hamlets Anti-EDL march campaign (2011); HOPE not hate's Stoke-on-Trent BNP wipe out (2011); HOPE not hate's 2010 local elections campaign; Unite the Union's Working Students Campaign (2006 – 2009) Moses Must Stay campaign (2004); NUS LGBT and Further Education Campaign (2001-2004)