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Advisory Board

Cambridge Judge Business School benefits hugely from the advice and guidance of our Advisory Board, which comprises members of the external corporate community and meets twice a year.

The Advisory Board provides valuable advice on strategy and policy, and plays a critical role in the School's development by providing top-level connections and collaboration.

The Advisory Board's members are drawn from a diverse range of companies and organisations including British Gas, Cobra Beer, the Financial Conduct Authority, HM Treasury and Newton Investment Management. Appointments are made via the School's Faculty Board.

The current members are:

Lord Karan Bilimoria Chairman of the Advisory Board
Founder & Chairman, Cobra Beer
Ms Nina Bhatia Managing Director, Connected Home
Ms Carolyn Bradley Non-executive Director, Legal and General
Non-executive Director, Marston's
Mr Jonathan Brayne Partner, Allen & Overy
Ms Mandy Calvert CEO & Founder, Quince Consultancy
Ms Julie Deane Co-Founder & Owner, Cambridge Satchel Company
Mr Tom Hall Partner & Co-Head, Retail and Consumer Team, Apax Partners
Mr Badr Jafar CEO, Crescent Enterprises
Chair, Cambridge Judge Business School Alumni Council (MST 1999)
Dr William H. Janeway Senior Advisor & Managing Director, Warburg Pincus
Mr Julian Metherell Non-executive Director, GasLog
Mrs Helena Morrissey Chair, Newton and The Investment Association (IA)
Ms Farah Ramzan Golant Chief Executive Officer, Girl Effect
Mr Charles Roxburgh Second Permanent Secretary, HM Treasury
Mr Tomasz (Tom) Ujejski Alumni Council Chair
Dr Michael van Swaaij Former Chairman, Skype
Sir Paul Tucker Senior Fellow, Harvard Business School
Mr Tim Wates Director, Wates Group

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