Professor Atsushi Fuji is a senior researcher and academic, Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan with extensive involvement and experience researching the third sector and social enterprises. He has co-authored five books on his area of specialisation as well as numerous articles in leading journals.
Andy Gregg is chief executive of Race on the Agenda (ROTA). Andy has a long association with London voluntary organisations, particularly through management roles at the London Advice Services Alliance and Islington Voluntary Action Council, and trustee roles on London-wide bodies. He has been a community development worker, a volunteers' organiser, a community centre director, a freelance journalist and a philosophy tutor.
Andrea Kelmanson is a freelance consultant working with has third sector organisations. Andrea was director for the National Centre for Volunteering, and Deputy Director: National AIDS Trust. Andrea has contributed significantly to policy and practice in the volunteering field, particularly in volunteer management, and has an established reputation in organisation development, and strategic consultancy.
Angus Ritchie is a founding director of the Contextual Theology Centre in Tower Hamlets, a Centre for Christian engagement in community organising, with research and placement partnerships with Oxford, East London and Notre Dame Universities. He is a member of the Chaplaincy Council at the University of East London. Angus is very active in East London with London Citizens.
Max Weaver brings significant experience of teaching, research, knowledge exchange, administration and governance from his thirty years at London Metropolitan, London Guildhall, and London South Bank Universities, and at Kingston Polytechnic. Max was chief executive of Community Links and is very knowledgeable about the voluntary sector, the management of community organisations, and is an active trustee.