Miguel Imas

Miguel Imas is Senior Lecturer in organisation theory, creativity and change at the Faculty of Business & Law, Kingston University. Miguel’s research focuses on violence, creativity, sustainability and change among communities, workers and indigenous organisations in Latin America and Africa. He holds a BSc in Social psychology and a PhD in Organisational-Social Psychology from the London School of Economics. He is a keen photographer and filmmaker. He enjoys poetry, drama and literature. He believes passionately that art plays an important role in translating human experiences around the world so others can appreciate and understand them and by doing so construct more participative and collaborative organisation and management.
email: J.Imas@kingston.ac.uk



Marcelo Ramella
Marcelo Ramella is Deputy Director, Financial Stability, at the Bermuda Monetary Authority. He is also involved in the work of the Financial Stability Board and the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS). At the IAIS he is currently the Vice Chair of the Macroprudential Committee, the Vice-chair of the Core Curriculum Task Force, and a member of the Resolution Working Group. Marcelo has also been Chair of the Reinsurance Task Force, and a member of the IAIS Macroprudential Policy and Surveillance Working Group, the Reinsurance Transparency Group, the Mutual Recognition Subgroup, He has been involved in teaching and research at the LSE since 1995. He has worked extensively for the European Commission and the UK Government, especially, for the Department for International Development, the Youth Justice Board for England and Wales, and the Home Office. Within the LML, he was project manger on the SaRA project. He is interested in concepts, policy and practice concerning marginalised young people, and in particular, in the uses of audio-visual language for enhanced communication and understanding transformation.
Email: M.Ramella@lse.ac.uk
Clive Roberson

Cilve Robertson is Creative Director and Founder, Real Time Video. He has over 30 years experience using participatory video to deepen community insights and communicate them to decision makers and the wider public using visual methods to build communications between marginalised communities and policy makers. Clive has worked in corporate, educational, statutory and voluntary sectors. Including time as Co-Director of London Video Arts he has delivered hundreds of video and media projects in the UK and abroad.
Email info@real-time.org.uk

Ai Yu

Ai Yu is Lecturer in the Institute of management Studies at Goldsmith University go London. She acted as the English Country coach on the CADIC project and worked previously on the InCaS project Her research interests lie in the areas of knowledge management, strategic decision-making, and inter-organisational communication. Her PhD was on "Facilitating organisational change and innovation: activating Intellectual Capital within a learning paradigm". She is involved construction of InCapedia - a web-based device with a purport to explore the opportunities for business and value growth. Ai completed undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Business Administration at Renmin University of China and then gained a MSc in Organizational and Social Psychology from LSE. Within the LML, she coordinates several co-operation projects between Beijing and London.

Email a.yu@gold.ac.uk

Michael Zhang

Michael Zhang is Partner an chief International Affairs Representative at Szenzhen ChinaStone Management Consultancy Co ltd. He is also Projects Manager at the International Creative Industries Alliance. He completed his undergraduate degree in sociology in Renmin University of China, Beijing. Then he gained an MSc and an MPhil in Organisational and Social Psychology from the London School of Economics (LSE). Within the LML, he worked as a research associate on the creative communication project “Spritivity”, and coordinates several co-operation projects in the area of Creative Education and SME Innovation Cluster development between China and UK.  His PhD research focuses on international cooperation in creative industries.
Email
6888535@qq.com