Fellows

Mark Adams

Tim Adams

Loretta Ahmed
Grayling

Alex Aiken
Cabinet Office

Neil Backwith

Quentin Bell

Hugh Birley

Eben Black

Darren Caplan
Airport Operators Association (AOA)

Rod Cartwright
Ketchum

Chris Coe
King's College London

Sally Costerton
Sally Costerton Advisory

Jackie Elliot
Cathcart Consulting

Dick Fedorcio OBE

David Gallagher
Ketchum

Alastair Gornall

Cameron Grant
3x1 Public Relations

Fraser Hardie
Blue Rubicon

Peter Hehir
Senate SHJ

Angela Heylin OBE

Richard Houghton
AgencyPeople

Jane Howard

Gaye Hudson
Oracle

Denis Inchbald

Howell James CBE
Christie's

Keith Johnston

Bill Jones

Chris Jones
Blue Rubicon

Jonathan Jordan
Sermelo

Professor Edmund King
The AA

Caroline Kinsey
Cirkle

Graham Lancaster
Biss Lancaster

Martin Langford
Kissmann Langford

Bob Leaf
Robert S. Leaf Consultants

Simon Lees
Haymarket

Barry Leggetter
AMEC

Simon Lewis
AFME

Jorn Lyseggen
Meltwater

Crispin Manners
Kaizo

Michael McAvoy

Professor Trevor Morris

Angie Moxham
3 Monkeys Communications

Michael Murphy

Dan Murphy
Remploy

Alan Parker
Brunswick Group

Robert Phillips
Jericho Chambers

Margot Raggett
Naked Emperor

Michael Rice CMG

Danny Rogers
Haymarket

Alex Sandberg
Averdant

Sir Martin Sorrell
WPP

Basil Towers
Hesleden Partners

Gillian Waddell
Fuel PR

Professor Tom Watson
Bournemouth University

Dr. Reginald Watts

Adrian Wheeler

Anthony Wreford

Lord Bell

Lord Chadlington
Huntsworth

Lord Clement-Jones
DLA Piper

Lord McNally

Nigel Kennedy
Commucan

Lionel Zetter
The European Azerbaijan Society

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