Dalwardin Babu OBE served as a senior officer in the Metropolitan police for 30 years and was the first chair of the National Association of Muslim Police.
Richard Bawden retired from KPMG in 2011 after over 30 years with the firm, including 18 years as an audit partner specialising in the media and telecoms sector.
Sir Quentin Blake is one of the most popular and enduring illustrators in the world today. Since 1960 he has illustrated over 250 books by many writers, including Joan Aiken, Michael Rosen and most famously Roald Dahl. He also writes and illustrates his own picture books. In 1999 he was appointed the first Children’s Laureate.
Jeremy Carver CBE is a leading international lawyer. He is a senior advisor to Transparency International, and is a long-term board member and overseer of International Rescue Committee.
Lauren Child MBE is an award-winning author and illustrator and the current Children's Laureate 2017-2019. She is best known for the Charlie and Lola picture book series and for Clarice Bean.
Sarah Culshaw is a consultant at UK law firm Teacher Stern. Before retraining as a lawyer she worked as an illustrators’ agent, founding her own artists' agency, Sharp Practice.
Nicholas Durbridge is the Chairman and CEO of the Copyrights Group which he co-founded in 1984.
Peter Fineman is the joint founder of Fineman Ross, specialists in commercial property investment.
Judy Gibbons is the Chairman of Which? Limited and creative digital design agency Beyond and a non-executive director of Michael Kors and Hammerson plc Her career spans 35 years in technology at Hewlett-Packard, Apple Computer and Microsoft.
Sir Alan Parker is Chairman of the PR Group Brunswick, which he founded in 1987.
Claudia Zeff (Deputy Chair) has curated several exhibitions for House of Illustration and is Creative Consultant to Quentin Blake.