Liam Fisher-Jones is a director at More Partnership, the international consulting firm that specialises in third sector organisations. He is the Development Director for Physicians for Africa. Prior to this, he ran the £113m capital campaign for the Royal Shakespeare Company. He is an advisor to AMREF Health Africa, the continent’s largest home grown health organisation and serves as a trustee at Punchdrunk, the immersive arts company.
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The Right Honourable Lord Hollick is a Member of the House of Lords. He is a non-executive director of Honeywell International . He was Chief Executive of UBM plc, a Partner at KKR and led the media industry team in Europe. He was Chairman of SBS Broadcasting and a director of The Nielsen Company. He is a member of the board of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism and The Royal Society.
Jonathan May is a digital fundraising expert, Founder of Hubbub and an Associate Partner at More Partnership. He also served as a Director of the UK Crowdfunding Association for two years at the inception of the regulatory environment approving the use of equity crowdfunding in the UK.
Jonathan has helped build digital giving programmes at over 50 UK universities and nonprofits, is a Winston Churchill Fellow, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and Leadership Fellow of St George’s House, Windsor.
Richard Scott is the 10th Duke of Buccleuch and the 12th Duke of Queensberry, has made his family home in Nithsdale in Dumfriesshire. Married with four children he is involved in management of the historic family estate businesses, heritage properties and art collections. He was made a KBE in 2000 and has held many notable public appointments over the years including President of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society and Director of Border Television.
Susan Mary Woodford-Hollick, Lady Hollick OBE is a businesswoman and consultant with a wide-ranging involvement in broadcasting and the arts. A former investigative journalist, she worked for many years in television (as Sue Woodford), where her roles included producer/director of World in Action for Granada TV and founding commissioning editor of Multicultural Programmes for Channel 4. She is on the board of the Stuart Hall Foundation...