Lord Bhikhu Parekh
Sir David Green
Shobana Jeyasingh MBE
Robin spent his career in senior operational and consulting roles (TRW, Rockwell, TI plc, Inchcape, McKinsey & Co). He has lived and worked extensively in the United States, France and Italy.
Since his retirement Robin has carried out projects with REACH, the charity that matches executives with the charities that need their career skills. He has also dealt at Board level with Oxfam, and has been Chair of Cruse Bereavement Care and the Campaign to Protect Rural England, both in Buckinghamshire.
Zeeshan started his career with PricewaterhouseCoopers where he qualified as a chartered accountant, before working for Imperial Chemical Industries and DeBeers Industrial Diamonds. In 2012, Zeeshan set up his own management consulting company focusing on finance function transformation.
He has delivered finance education at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School as well as several universities and multinational organisations in Europe and Asia. He is also a Non-Executive Director of London Early Years Foundation.
Ansel has an in-depth knowledge of diversity issues in the education, criminal justice, health and third sectors with wide experience of policy formulation, leadership and management. He has pioneered and led many community organisations in London and is the Founder of Black History Month UK and the first chair of the London Health Commission.
Ansel is a Justice of the Peace and a Fellow of the RSA.
Ibrar has over 20 years working in the private sector for large organisations such as Halifax Plc, Pannell Kerr Forster (PKF), KPMG and more recently Ernst and Young as Head of Diversity for EMEIA Financial Services.
Ibrar also sits on various Housing Panels for Hammersmith and Fulham Council.