Before joining Comic Relief, Bill Griffin was the founder of Crowdwish, a creative project which allows people to anonymously post their hopes, dreams and desires via an app. It has users all over the world, and is in development as a TV format on both sides of the Atlantic. Bill has written a book about the project, published by Little Brown and picked up by publishers all over the world.
Prior to the launch of Crowdwish, Bill Griffin worked in various roles in the media sector, including head of marketing for Channel 4, marketing director of Comedy Central and managing director of the radio station Kiss FM. He was also an account director at the ad agencies St Luke’s and Ogilvy.
Bill lives in West London with his girlfriend and his two daughters.