Sciences, engineering & technology | Speakers for Schools

Topic: Sciences, engineering & technology

  • Monica Chadha

    Monica is an experienced board advisor with over 25 years experience in the creative industries. She advises a number of organisations including the International Union of Cinemas (UNIC); British Association for Screen Entertainment (BASE); Digital Entertainment Group Europe (DEGE); and serves on the CMI President’s Advisory Council; the Bias in AI Research Group at Durham […]

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  • Portrait of Karen Gabay

    Karen Gabay

    Karen Gabay is an award winning film-maker, TV producer and film-maker. Karen specialises in music and social history, creating content around the arts, music and education

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  • Portrait of Penny Richards

    Penny Richards

    Penny Richards is the CEO of the Aspen Institute in the UK. She’s a leader with an exceptional track record of delivering change and meaningful results for international organisations, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the BBC. She spent many years working in foreign news at the BBC, finally as their Asia Bureau […]

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  • Portrait of Caroline Lamb

    Caroline Lamb

    Caroline moved into the Scottish Government in December 2019 to lead the Digital Health and Care Directorate. Advancing the use of digital technologies to support our health and care services remains one of her main priorities. Prior to this role, she had worked for the NHS and was appointed as Chief Executive of NHS Education […]

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  • Portrait of Nipa Doshi

    Nipa Doshi

    Nipa Doshi is an award winning designer and co founder of London based studio Doshi Levien with Jonathan Levien. Through her work, Nipa explores and celebrates the beauty, plurality and diversity of the world we live in. She believes design is a powerful tool to disrupt homogeneity and foster equal exchange between cultures and countries. […]

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  • Ann Cairns

    In her role as Executive Vice Chair, Ann represents Mastercard around the world, focusing on inclusion, diversity and innovation. She plays the important role of senior ambassador and executive leader and sits as part of the company’s global management committee. Prior to her current appointment, Ann was President of International Markets responsible for the management […]

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  • Portrait of Robert Winder

    Robert Winder

    Robert Winder was a writer and Literary Editor at the Independent newspaper, and is the author of numerous books including Bloody Foreigners: the Story of immigration to Britain. This panoramic history of how Britain has been enriched by the arrival of new people through its history led to his becoming a founder-trustee of the Migration […]

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  • Portrait of Lloyd Peck

    Professor Lloyd Peck

    Lloyd Peck was raised in the Black Country in the West Midlands. He attended Leamore Primary School and was the first boy in over a decade to go from that primary school to the area’s grammar school, Queen Mary’s. He only took the school’s entrance exam because of the insistence of his mother who saw […]

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  • Portrait of Neil Ejje

    Neil Ejje

    Neil is one of the firm’s four founding partners. He is a member of the Leathwaite Board and Client Committee, with responsibility for driving revenue and sector diversification. Neil is also responsible for the firm’s senior talent requirements – focusing on partner and director hires globally. He established, with colleagues, the firm’s Board practice to […]

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  • Kalam Neale

    Recipient of the prestigious Pearson National Teaching Award for his outstanding commitment to digital innovation, Kalam, an experienced teacher, educator and educational leader previously served as Esports Programme Lead at Barnsley College, where he co-wrote the Esports BTEC in association with Pearson and British Esports, as well as being one of the first to offer […]

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