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John launched the Federation in 2014. He is Chair of the Clore Social Leadership Programme and was founding Chair of the Turner Contemporary gallery. He is a critically acclaimed author, broadcaster and commentator.
Avi has worked in accountancy for more than 15 years and specialises in the creative field. He works with a number of charities in the sector and also enjoys travel and West Ham.
Brad has worked in the creative sector for more than 20 years. He was formerly Head of Development Events and Operations at the BFI. Prior to this, he spent six years at Tate where he helped establish the external relations team in Sir Nicholas Serota's office.
Caroline was formerly Deputy Director at the think tank ResPublica where she worked on city devolution deals, energy policy and the importance of beauty in planning. She is a fellow of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust.
Eliza was part of the founding team at the Creative Industries Federation. She is a history of art graduate who formerly worked in exhibitions at Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire. She is also an arts writer and co-founded a series of museum guides.
Evy is a recent history of art graduate with an interest in urban regeneration and public space. She edited her student newspaper and was an intern at a major London gallery.
Harriet was formerly Head of Public Affairs at the Music Publishers Association, where she worked on the Hargreaves Review of Intellectual Property, and Head of Corporate Communications at Chrysalis Group. She started work in equities in the City.
Isabel has worked for political campaigns including Sadiq Khan for London mayor, the 2015 general election for Labour HQ and Hillary Clinton for US president. She previously worked for London and Partners and as a political consultant for Portland.
Jack has degrees from both Oxford and Cambridge universities and worked as an arts writer and as a teacher in Poland before joining the Federation. Outside work, he dances with a number of companies.
Katie was formerly Director of Events and Marketing for BritishAmerican Business - the American Chamber of Commerce in London. She previously ran international conferences in the US and Europe for a research institute. Her passions include theatre.
Louise is the former Chief Arts Correspondent of London’s Evening Standard and also covered arts and media for The Independent and issues from Nazi gold to Third World debt on a string of national titles. She sits on the Baileys Women’s Prize board.
Rosa was named by Bafta as a rising star in the games industry and by Develop magazine as one of the 30 top talents under 30. She has worked with award-winning games studios and won several videogames awards.
Baku-born Sanan founded the Azerbaijan London Film Festival and is the producer of a theatre company presenting Eastern European and Central Asian texts to British audiences. His MA dissertation was on cultural diplomacy and soft power.
Sigrid formerly worked at the Historic Houses Association, where projects included the Garden of the Year Award, as well as the Royal Academy of Arts and the Society of Antiquaries. Born in Sweden, she speaks its language fluently.
Tal is a complementary therapist alongside his work in the membership team at the Federation. A multilingual computer expert, he loves diversity of cultural influences in music and art.