Partner, Ernst & Young LLP
Chris is a Partner at EY who brings 20 years’ experience working in and with government seeking to tackle some of the UK’s biggest challenges.
Filmmaker and Director, Centre for Media Monitoring
With over 30 years’ experience as a producer and director for the BBC, Channel 4 and other international broadcasters, Rizwana’s films have won awards, been used as evidence in internal enquiries, and influenced policy change.
CEO, NHS Confederation
Joining the NHS Confederation in June 2021, Matthew previously led the RSA for 15 years, was a Chief Adviser to Tony Blair, and ran the IPPR. Matthew is a media commentator on policy and public service reform.
Social entrepreneur, academic, and commentator
In 2019, Micheal was named by the Financial Times among the 100 most influential leaders in tech. He is founder of The Common Sense Network and a range of other organisations and charities
CEO, Leeds Community Foundation / Give Bradford
Kate is an experienced CEO, skilled in managing non-profit organisations – especially in the arts and local community activity – and rooted in her home region of Leeds, Bradford and West Yorkshire.
Independent expert, urban policy, social innovation and labour markets
Eddy is an adviser, writer, moderator and events facilitator, working internationally on urban policy and growth inequality. He works extensively with Rotterdam, as well as with Glasgow, Turin, Milan, Bilbao and Berlin.
CEO, North of Tyne Combined Authority
Henry was formerly an executive director at the West Midlands Combined Authority, responsible for its work on inclusive growth, public service reform, climate change and digital.
Founder and Director, RBU Partnership
Having started his career as a teacher, Jonny has since worked predominantly in start-up and fast growth organisations in both private and third sectors, with a theme of social justice running through most of his projects. He is the Founder and Director of the RBU Partnership.
Chair of Trustees, The Young Foundation
Passionate about community, social justice, equality, diversity and healthy democratic practice, Kersten’s career over four decades has included work in the voluntary and community sector, higher education, central and local government.
Chair, Old Ford Housing Association
Stephen was brought up in the East End of London, and has held a variety of senior positions within housing departments in London Local Authorities. He established the largest not-for-profit regeneration company in London, and was community lead in the successful Olympic bid team.