Marianne Magnin (Chair)  |  Senior corporate experience with Royal Dutch Shell and PwC. Strategist. Art Entrepreneur. Art philanthropy and pro-bono roles. Writer. French.

Boryana Stambolova  (Treasurer) |  Senior finance executive with over 20 years of international experience including governance, funding, planning, appraisal and reporting, working for blue chip corporations and complex JVs. Anglo-bulgarian.

Apoorva Chandra  |  HR Director for Prudential’s Group Head Office. Wealth of experience in strategy, change and human capital. Bachelor’s degree in Finance and Accounting, Master’s degree in HR and Organisational Development. Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development. Indian.

David Gardiner  |  CEO in IT sector. Expert strategist in knowledge sharing and information management. British.

Samallie Kiyingi  |  Lawyer (Deutsche Bank, Clifford Chance). Trustee at Gasworks. Tate patron, member of the Africa Acquisitions Committee. Australian.

Steve Mottershead  |  Leadership roles for large corporations including Shell and Mercedes-Benx. Entrepreneur: start-up SME owner & manager. Management consultant specialising in business turnaround. British.

Jeanne Privat  |  Retired business owner in the luxury industry (5th generation). Fundraiser (Les Grands Ateliers de France…). Member of Synopia, a think tank promoting best governance. French.

Valentine Snell  |  Art Collector. Philanthropic interest with theatre, opera and visual arts. Member of the Donmar Warehouse and Globe Theatre. Founding Member of London Network for Human Right Watch. American.

Jenny van Droogenbroeck  |  Retired professor of sciences. Post-graduate research in physiology (CNRS, Sorbonne University). French.

PREVIOUSLY

Mafalda Dâmaso  |  Lecturer and Researcher at Goldsmiths College of Art (UK). Academic background in sociology, philosophy, political science, art history and theory (PhD). Portuguese. Now TCAF Head of R&D.

Arnaud Magnin  |  Professor at École Boulle, Meilleur Ouvrier de France. Founding member of etto, a non-for-profit organisation offering bronze making solutions for designers, artists, professionals and collectors. French.

Diana Watson  |  Grants officer for philanthropic organisations including Bloomberg, FIA Institute and the Merchant Taylors’ Company. Academic background in English Literature and an interest in theatre and the performing arts. British.

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