Helen Disney (nee Helen Brown) is director of the London-based think tank, the Stockholm Network which she founded in 1997.  She is also a writer for a range of publications and, according to a biographical note on her website, "also undertakes consultancy work on public policy issues for a number of corporate clients." 
Publications she writes for include "the Daily Express and Sunday Express, Public Finance, Public Service Magazine, and The Sprout, a satirical Brussels-based magazine, as well as writing regular weekly entries for the Centre for the New Europe's health weblog, CNE Health." 
Between From 1996 and 2000, she worked at the Social Market Foundation, a free-market think tank "where she was Deputy Director and Editor of The Review, a quarterly journal. She has edited a number of think-tank publications including The Sex-Change Society by Melanie Phillips, published by the Social Market Foundation, Europe's Welfare Burden, and Breaking Down the Barriers published by Civitas: The Institute for the Study of Civil Society for the Stockholm Network. 
- "Helen Disney", undated, accessed May 2006.
- "Helen Disney", Stockholm Network, accessed May 2006.