Jackie Ashley

Jackie Ashley was a political journalist for more than thirty years working for the BBC, ITN, Channel 4 News, the New Statesman and the Guardian.  In 2015 she became President of Lucy Cavendish College at the University of Cambridge, a

Katherine Allen

Katherine has a BA in Politics and Economics from SOAS, University of London and a MA in Television and Current Affairs Journalism from City University London. She worked as a political lobbyist on the first Obama presidential election campaign in

Kim Morrish

Kim and her husband are directors and majority shareholders of Ground Control, the UK’s largest landscaping company. She has launched several start-ups, acquired five businesses and enjoy backing promising entrepreneurs in new ventures. Kim founded Canterbury Partners as a platform

Alex Mahon

Alex Mahon is CEO of Channel 4, which is publicly-owned and commercially-funded with a statutory remit to deliver high-quality, innovative, alternative content that challenges the status quo. She was previously CEO of Foundry, the leading design and visual and 3D

James Kidner

James Kidner joined Improbable, a technology start-up, in September 2016, as Director of Partnerships.  This followed three decades in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and in other Whitehall positions, including on the Senior Directing Staff of the Royal College of

Suki Kaur Gill

Suki Kaur Gill is Head of Investigations at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Suki has over 20 years’ experience working in a regulatory environment, and has an extensive career working in risk, compliance, regulation and disciplinary investigations. Suki