Advisory Board

Campbell Christie CBE

Campbell Christie CBE

Formerly the Professional Head of the Royal Navy’s 250 Training and Education Specialists, Campbell is an accomplished, resourceful, adaptable and innovative senior executive; widely experienced in Governance and recognised at Board level as an energetic team builder, skilled communicator and successful strategic and lateral thinker. Sensitive management of large-scale resources, people and complex change management, with strong organisational and interpersonal skills.

Dr John Mantikas

John Mantikas

Dr Mantikas is a business leader with broad experience gained in Marketing and Management. John has worked with organisations in over 25 countries. Combining academic and commercial experiences, he is currently enjoying working in Higher Education & Executive Capability building.

Kirsten Ashman

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Kirsten is an experienced Big 4 trained Internal Audit, Risk and Compliance specialist responsible for leading and developing the Internal Audit function of a rapidly expanding Financial Services company.  She is currently Group Head of Internal Audit and SOX at Hitachi Capital, Chair of the Audit Committee at Bracknell & Wokingham College and a Unitary Authority Councillor in Bracknell Forest.

Dominique Lazanski

Dominique Lazanski

Dominique is an expert in the areas of Internet policy, telecommunications standards and cybersecurity policy. She writes, teaches and speaks on Internet governance issues internationally.  She currently sits on various advisory boards, is the Owner and Managing Director of Last Press Label, a digital consultancy company, and is Director of Public Policy and Institutional Relations at GSMA.

Clare Ambrosino

Clare Ambrosino

Maeve Clare Ambrosino is an internationally respected PR Professional, the Founder of Women 4 Westminster and the joint CEO of the Parliament Street Think Tank. At Parliament Street, she is responsible for day-to-day operations and leading Parliament Street’s expansion as an organisation. 

She has previously worked at the European Parliament and as a policy analyst.

Daniel Jones

Daniel Jones

Daniel brings significant board level experience to Hügel Learning from both the private sector and higher education.  Having previously led the iMBA Programme at BPP University Business School he now works at the cutting-edge of e-learning technology through his company Theirac Solutions.

Justin O’Brien SFHEA

Justin O'Brien

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Justin is a highly experienced marketeer, educator and researcher, having spent 16 years at British Airways before pursuing an academic career.  He led Royal Holloway’s MBA Programme for several years, and has taken up visiting teaching roles at Universities across Europe.

Justin is currently Co-Director for Student Experience at the School of Management, Royal Holloway University of London.  He is also a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA).

Robert Bradley

Robert Bradley

Robert has over fifteen years of experience as a teacher/trainer in a variety of roles, subjects and establishments. Experienced in leading teaching as a practitioner, mentor, manager and leader as well as in the quality assurance of assessment practice both internally and externally.
Involved in projects as diverse as; Chair of Governors for a school with a Requires Improvement judgement; setting up a Work Placement project partnership with a local authority, businesses and education charity; setting up a national search and rescue training charity and; acting as national training officer for the Association of Lowland Search and Rescue.

Steven George-Hilley

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Steve is the founder of Centropy PR, one of the UK’s fastest growing b2b tech agencies, based in Shoreditch, London. He has extensive experience in the tech sector, working with some of the largest IT businesses in the world and serving as director of technology at the Parliament Street think tank. He has a specific interest in education and policy development and regularly hosts industry meetings on tech trends in Parliament.