Tal Lomnitzer

Tal Lomnitzer (Chairman)

Tal has a strong financial background and network having worked for over twenty years in the City as a fund manager. He is currently a senior investment director at Janus Henderson Investors. Tal holds a First-Class Master’s degree in Economics from Cambridge University, has been a CFA Charterholder since 2003, certified in ESG and Responsible Investment and is a member of the Institute of Directors. His wife Sarah is a teacher and they live near Camden with their three children.

Mark von Herkomer

Mark von Herkomer

Mark is a dynamic entrepreneur and innovator who has set up and managed several companies across multiple industries. He is currently the Founder and CEO of Bloomsbury Construction Group and Founder and Partner of Bloomsbury Associates. Mark holds a BA (Hons) degree in Business Studies and a Masters (MSc) degree in Quantity Surveying. Other charitable pursuits include the role of Chairman and Founder of Bloomsbury Football Foundation.

Nick Webb

Nick Webb

Nick is from a legal background having worked in London and overseas for twenty years as a solicitor. He is currently Global General Counsel for Solt-Nielsen where he is responsible for the Legal and compliance department. He holds a First-Class Law and Politics degree from Birmingham University and a Masters in Law from Cambridge University. He divides his time between Clerkenwell and the Cotswolds.

Marina Bryne HVH Arts

Marina Byrne

Marina has been working in the education sector for 20 years where she is the founder and managing director of Educate Private. Throughout her career she has worked and set up businesses in London and Beijing building relationships and friendships with people all over the world. Marina, of French and Vietnamese descent, is a mother of two boys who attend Harrow School where she is on the Parents Advisory Board for the school’s development. She was educated at Royal Holloway University of London and La Sorbonne in Paris. She is passionate about helping children particularly those from less privileged backgrounds.

Leila Ali

Leila has worked in the health sector for over 15 years. She is passionate about creating fully inclusive cultures where everyone who comes to work can feel entirely comfortable in being truly authentic and as a result produce their best work. She is the founder and organiser of Digital Health Cambridge, a forum that fosters a multi – stakeholder partnership that provides opportunities for engagement in creating digital solutions to improve diversity and inclusion.