Roberto Neri is the Executive Vice President of Downtown UK and Head of Business Development for Europe where he oversees the UK's office and has broader international responsibilities. Roberto joined Downtown Music in 2015 as part of the acquisition of Eagle-i Music. Roberto founded Eagle-i Music in 2011, which represented over 40,000 compositions and included clients such as: John Lennon (Lenono), Sir George Martin, Deep Purple and B.A. Robertson.
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Caroline Kemp has a long career specialising in the voluntary and charity sector both in urban and rural surroundings. The Citizens Advice service, housing and refugee, and inter generational community charities have all been part of Caroline’s experience including management and policy creation. This work has also involved fundraising and user representation.
Aarish Shah has worked across a number of industries and held a number of roles in for profit as well as not for profit organisations and trade bodies. He currently advises scaling tech companies in London through his consultancy, EmergeOne, and has launched ventures always with the underlying aim of helping people and businesses grow. He is particularly interested in the impact space, within education and health and believes that technology has the opportunity to make massive changes to the way we think about and deliver outcomes in these fields.
Mark Williamson is an Advisor at Muru Music. Previously he lead the Spotify Artist Services Team worldwide, currently based in California. He was responsible for building relationships with artists and their teams, managers, agents, lawyers and marketeers. Mark is keen to use music technology to support Music for My Mind.
Nicholas Craig is a Barrister, specialising in Commercial Litigation and International Arbitration. He provides legal advice to the organisation.
Tim Clark is co-founder of ie:music, the artist management company renowned for representing some of the industry’s most successful artists, including Robbie Williams, Lily Allen and Passenger. He has been Vice-President for UNICEF since 2002 and played a key role in developing Soccer Aid for UNICEF.
The Creativity Initiative at the Infectious Diseases Institute in Uganda (where I was the foundation director 2004-7) illustrated the powerful effects of music and art in promoting wellbeing and personal involvement of people living with HIV.
Linda Luxon is Emeritus Professor at UCL and Honorary Consultant Physician in Neuro-Otology at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and past-Treasurer at the Royal College of Physicians.