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Rick is the Chairman of the FTSE100 company Centrica plc and Chairman of the global board at the NYSE-listed Mastercard Inc. He is a co-founder and Chairman of the tech company QIO Technologies and an investor in and Chairman of ARC International.
Anna is the co-founder of AllBright, a unique UK funding platform designed to provide the support and finance needed for female-led businesses to launch and scale. Former CEO at Hearst UK, Anna transformed the business, expanding the reach of its brands.
Ian co-founded Games Workshop, co-authored the ‘Fighting Fantasy’ gamebook series selling 20 million copies, and launched the ‘Lara Croft: Tomb Raider’ videogame. He co-authored the Next Gen review on the new computing curriculum. He currently chairs eight games companies.
Ian Livingstone CBE
Janet Markwick is the global EVP commercial operations and productions at Y&R. Based in London, she is responsible for the global expansion of Y&R’s production capabilities, and driving the agencies focus on commercial and operational innovation across its global network.
Global EVP Commercial Operations and Production
Jude Kelly is Artistic Director of Southbank Centre. She founded Solent People's Theatre, ran Battersea Arts Centre and was the founding director of West Yorkshire Playhouse. In 1997, Jude was awarded an OBE and in 2015 she was made a CBE.
Chair and co-founder of the Black British Business Awards, Melanie is also executive producer for the Women of the World festival (WoW) a global movement based at the Southbank Centre. She is a business, media and creative strategist.
Chair and Co-Founder
Nick is a partner at Helion Partners, a specialist media mergers and acquisitions consultancy. Nick has more than 35 years experience of providing corporate finance advice to businesses in the creative sector.
Nigel Carrington has been Vice-Chancellor of University of the Arts London (UAL) since 2008. He also holds non-executive positions in the public and charitable sectors, including Chairman of the Henry Moore Foundation. He is a member of the Board of Universities UK.
Philip studied Classics and Modern Languages at Oxford University and is the general counsel and company secretary of the Federation. Philip heads up the UK corporate practice at international law firm, Katten Muchin Rosenman.
Company Secretary, Partner
Tessa was Controller of film and drama at Channel 4, developing and financing some of the most acclaimed British films of recent years. She set up her own company, House Productions, with Juliette Howell in 2016.
Tom was appointed the first CEO of Penguin Random House UK in 2013, after previously serving as CEO of Penguin UK. Tom previously served as Executive Editor, American Editorial Director in the New York office of William Heinemann, after starting his career at Macmillan.
Tony Hall has been BBC Director General since 2013. He was previously Chief Executive of the Royal Opera House, director of BBC news and current affairs and Chair of the Cultural Olympiad Board from 2009. He was awarded a CBE in 2006 and made a crossbench peer in 2010.