Chairman, co-founded The Clink Charity in April 2010, he is also a Council Member of The Impetus Trust and advises an NHS trust. He is an entrepreneur and management consultant, having founded The Tragus Restaurant Group – Cafe Rouge, Bella Italia, Abbaye, Amalfi, Oriel – in 2002, was Chairman of Whitecross Dental, Chairman and CEO of Aroma and has run and advised a variety of service, advertising, media and Hi-Tec companies.
Kevin McGrath OBE,
Deputy Chairman, co-founded The Clink Charity in April 2010. Kevin is the High Sheriff for Greater London, Chairman of M&M Asset Management and a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. Kevin is a Freeman of the City of London, Chairman of The Lyric Theatre Hammersmith and Trustee of a number of other charities.
Founder Trustee, started with Cazenove & Co and subsequently joined Wates Group, a family owned construction and development group with particular expertise in education, prisons, retail, office fit-out, housing and strategic land investment. Tim is Chairman of Wates Developments, Chairman of the Family Council and Chairman of the Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership. He is also a small company non-executive director and investor and a trustee of several Wates family charities. Tim holds an MBA from Cambridge University.
graduated from Oxford with a BA Hons in Jurisprudence and then gained a distinction from University College London with an LLM in Public Law and Human Rights. Now a barrister specialising in extradition and public law, Rosemary has a particular focus on immigration, prison law and national security work.
Sir William Atkinson,
has spent 42 years in education, 25 of which was spent running a number of schools in London. Currently trustee of the Lyric Theatre, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Research Autism, Governor of Tottenham University Technical College and member of the advisory boards at Kidzania and Enterprise for Science.
is an economist and partner at RBB Economics, an economic consultancy specialising in the area of competition law. Prior to joining RBB, Bojana worked in the Government Economic Service. In addition to her professional work, Bojana is an occasional lecturer at Kings College London. She holds an MSc in Economics from Birkbeck College, London and a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Balliol College, Oxford.
a Scot from Glasgow, started his career as a commissioned officer in the Royal Air Force having graduated in Mechanical Engineering. He has been involved in food supply chain procurement for the last 30 years in sectors of manufacturing, distribution, catering and latterly as Managing Director of food procurement specialists, Pelican Procurement Services. He has a personal interest in rehabilitation.
is arguably one of Britain’s most respected political journalists, renowned for his tough, rigorous interviewing of public figures. After graduating from Cambridge with a degree in English, he joined the BBC as a trainee in 1972 and began working in radio. He worked for BBC Television as a foreign correspondent and began reading the Six O’Clock news. His career has moved on and he is now best known for presenting Newsnight until 2014 and as question master on University Challenge.