Matofska is a CEO, campaigner & social entrepreneur. Dedicated to social innovation and the power of ideas, she is an RSA Fellow, an Innovator in the Finance Innovation Lab, an Innovator in WWF’s food sustainability initiative, Tasting the Future and pioneer of future business models via her work with UnLtd Future.
Andy leads the way in the UK in calling for a paradigm shift in health and social care so that compassion becomes the keystone habit which will transform the culture. He imagines a world in which when we are vulnerable we can rely on those who care for us to be kind; a world in which those who give care are recognised and appreciated.
Producer and Executive Producer Claire has worked extensively across ITV and the BBC both in programmes and management. She started as a journalist at Granada moving into documentaries culminating in the multi- award winning 28UP.
Clare Sutcliffe is a user experience designer and accidental social entrepreneur. She has recently created a social enterprise that gives children the opportunity to learn to programme computers.
Colin Grant is an author, historian and BBC radio producer; he has also worked as a script editor and produced several radio drama-documentaries. He has written and directed plays, including The Clinic, based on the lives of the photojournalists, Tim Page and Don McCullin.
An interior design professional since 1992, Lori’s work has taken her from North America to Europe and Africa. She’s director of Park Grove Design specialising in hotels through the Rooms-Service® Design brand and residential care homes.
Although she just graduated from the University of Exeter this summer, Rosianna Halse Rojas has been making video blogs about wizards and intellectualism on the YouTube channel “missxrojas” since 2006 and has no intention of stopping any time soon.
Tessa Marchington is a pianist and entrepreneur. Passionate about sharing the many benefits of music Tessa founded ‘Music in Offices’ (MIO) in 2006. Since then MIO has brought music to over 1000 office workers throughout the UK through setting up office choirs and facilitating music tuition.
One of the most consistently critically lauded UK artists of the past decade, radical underground alt-folk singer Chris T-T has developed from fiery psychedelic roots into a key influence over a generation of homegrown artists.
Psychologist, writer and innovator, Geoff Warburton has spent the last 25 years studying love and loss. His extensive research was incorporated into his psychotherapy Doctorate about love – the first Doctorate of its kind.
Maajid Nawaz is Co-Founder and Chairman of Quilliam – a globally active organisation focusing on matters of Integration, Citizenship & Identity, Religious Freedom, Extremism and Immigration.
David has built and sold businesses in the UK and South Africa and is a regular speaker internationally on leadership development, innovation and giving.
Tim Drake co-founded and ran his own successful business, before setting out on new adventures – playing rugby for Cambridge, co-founding and running several companies, founding and chairing CEO Think Tanks, and co-founding a couple of charities.
Flora is 14, and goes to Hurstpierpoint Collage in east sussex. She enjoys photography and is taking art as one of her subjects.