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Shivani Lamba

Founder and CEO

Shivani Lamba served as Managing Director of Forensic Outreach, an educational organisation that she acquired in 2010; and has consulted on curriculum development and STEM engagement for a number of prominent clients: Holidaybreak PLC; Merlin Entertainments; The Science Museum Group; Museum of London; The Photographers’ Gallery; London Zoo; and ABM UK. She graduated from UCL in neuroscience as an Open Scholarship recipient and with a distinction for the highest-scoring finalist project undertaken at the Neural Development Unit, Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Kitt Byrne

Product

Kitt Byrne is a product owner and illustrator specialising in game art and visual development, with an extensive background in children’s publishing, games, and TV. She has considerable experience as a game producer and has co-created award-winning mobile and desktop games. Her clients include: Priddy Books; The Charterhouse; Channel 4; Hopster; First Choice; Science Museum; Amplify; and MyCognition. She recently served as Co-Art Lead on a Nintendo Switch title by SFB Games and Nintendo, Snipperclips Plus.

Linden Dance

Design

Linden Dance is a multidisciplinary designer and a visual problem solver with a varied and diverse background across online, print, motion graphics, branding and online advertising. He has over 10+ years of experience working in some of London’s most distinguished agencies, including Saatchi & Saatchi and NOW Advertising; and has delivered work for a range of clients from entrepreneurial startups to global, blue chip, organisations. His clients include 20th Century Fox, Virgin Media, Honda, Sky, Universal Pictures, Virgin Holidays, Sailor Jerry’s, Asda – and many more startups and mid-sized businesses.

Chris Scollo

Strategy, Non-Executive Director

Chris Scollo is a CTO, angel investor and startup mentor, with substantial experience across multiple industries. He has served as CTO or tech advisor to over a dozen companies, including Ciao, which was acquired by Microsoft in 2008 for $486m. In addition, he often performs tech due diligence for investment and M&A and provides portfolio-support tech advisory for PE-backed firms. Chris is an Impact Partner with Fresco Capital; he has also held mentoring roles with BBC Worldwide Labs and the Vatican’s Laudato Si’ Challenge.

Julian Ward

Legal

Julian Ward is Head of Lee & Thompson’s Digital & Technology Group – a digital media, IP and technology lawyer with over 17 years’ experience working across the creative industries advising clients on all matters relating to digital content, interactive entertainment and digital publishing. Julian was previously Head of Digital Media at Hamlins having previously spent over a decade as in-house counsel to leading media and technology companies, including BBC World Wide as Head of Business & Legal Affairs for Digital Retail and Games, and leading video games developer and publisher Codemasters as Head of Legal.

Mr Nigel Hall

Research

Mr Nigel Hall is an honorary consultant surgeon, with a special interest in neonatal surgery, minimally invasive surgery, and children’s oncology surgery. He joined the University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust in 2015 having trained in Southampton, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London and the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada. Nigel runs an active program of clinical research in paediatric surgery, including research into the neurodevelopmental outcomes of infants who developed NEC.

Mr Arun Kelay

Dr Arun Kelay is a Paediatric Surgery Registrar at University Hospital Southampton NHS FT. He has previously worked at University College Hospital; King’s College Hospital; and Great Ormond Street Hospital. He has also spent time abroad on a placement at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Europe’s largest University clinic.

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We thank current and former executives from Disney, Mattel, Nickelodeon and National Geographic for their continued support. Additional advisors will be added in due course.