Board of Trustees
Catarina Tully, Trustee
Specialist interests include emergent strategy, strategic foresight, system stewardship, and international relations across the not-for-profit and business sectors.
Cat is the Co-Founder and Director of the School of International Futures and Founder of FromOverHere, a consultancy providing strategy and foreign policy advice. She has advised the UK parliament on an inquiry into Government Strategic Capability, worked on the US NIC Global Trends 2030 report, as well as consulted and trained senior officials from governments and companies around the world.
Iason Gabriel, Trustee
Research interests include applied ethics of artificial intelligence, human rights, and the question of how to align technology with human values.
Iason is a Research Scientist at DeepMind Ethics and Society. He is a political theorist and has been a visiting researcher at the Global Insights Initiative (GINI) within the Development Research Group at the World Bank. He is also a former fellow of St John’s College, at Oxford University, where he taught politics and writes about a wide range of issues. His research focussed on public attitudes to poverty, moral motivation and support for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Helen Lang, Trustee (Chair – currently on maternity leave)
Specialist interests include innovation and skills development, cross sector partnerships between multinational corporations and civil society, sustainable development in tourism, and building strategic and digital capabilities’.
Helen is the Founder of Innovation Unboxed. She is an innovation and skills development specialist who has spent over 12 years building cross sector partnerships between multinational corporations and civil society. A specialist in civil society in the UK she has works with over 150 frontline grassroots organisation to build their strategic and digital capabilities building on her expertise developed at Cancer Research UK. She now runs Innovation Unboxed, a social enterprise, which focuses on digital skills development of charities and social enterprises.
Danielle Clifford, Trustee
Research interests include human rights, women’s rights, particuarly in relation to domestic abuse, and the impact of socio-economic changes upon the accessibility of legal rights.