Richard Brophy is corporate sustainability professional with over fifteen years experience in the consumer technology, retail, professional services and not-for-profit sectors. He is currently Head of Purpose for Openreach.
Sarah Bull is a partner at Wilsons Solicitors LLP where she advises both corporates and charities on all aspects of employment law and workplace matters.
Joshua Castellino is Executive Director of Minority Rights Group; Professor of Law & Dean, at the School of Law, Middlesex University, UK and a former journalist from Mumbai, India, (Express Newspapers).
Steven Finizio is a partner at WilmerHale LLP, focused on international dispute resolution. He is a leading international arbitration lawyer, and has represented parties before the African Court of Human and Peoples' Rights and the European Court of Justice, among other international tribunals.
Matt Francis is Finance Director at the Sigrid Rausing Trust and a chartered accountant. Previously he was Head of Finance at the Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts. He has also held roles at BBC Media Action, Moore Stephens LLP and Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP.
Caroline Frost is a journalist, author and broadcaster. In 2010, she became one of the founding editors of HuffPost UK. She is a published author, the current Chair of the Broadcasting Press Guild, and a regular radio and TV commentator on media, culture and ethics.
Bob Jobbins is the Chair of MLDI. Bob worked as a BBC correspondent in the Middle East, SE Asia and the Americas. Subsequently, he was Head of the BBC Arabic Service, and then Director of News at the BBC World Service. He has worked in the Charity sector for the past 20 years.
David Jones is the Head of Corporate Finance and Reporting at the Science Museum Group. Prior to joining the Science Museum, he worked as a teacher in Malawi and then trained as a chartered accountant at Deloitte.
Smita Shah is a human rights barrister (Garden Court Chambers) with over 10 years experience in international human rights. She is currently undertaking a PhD in Law at the European University Institute, Florence, Italy.
Leo Skyner is Head of Finance for Global Programmes at Save the Children UK. Prior to that, he worked for International Alert’s Africa Programme and for Save the Children in various roles across Africa.