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|Bernie Hollywood OBE, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist|
Bernie has raised over £39.9 million pounds for UK charities. He is an internationally renowned motivational speaker having spoken at the United Nations in New York and TEDx in Liverpool, England to name a few. He is an ambassador for Wallace & Gromit Children’s Charity, Memusi Foundation, Save the Children & Barnardo’s.
|Ravinol Chambers, Founder, BeInspired Films|
Ravinol Chambers is an Irish born entrepreneur, speaker and producer / director who is passionate about the ‘power of stories’ to change lives and make a difference.
In 2017, his video agency ‘Be Inspired Films’ won ‘Production Company of the Year’ at the Recommended Agency Awards and his clients include Royal Albert Hall, Nesta, Cabinet Office, Oxford University, Centrepoint and Railway Children to name a few.
He is a regular speaker on ‘harnessing the power of storytelling’ and ‘using video to raise funds for positive change’.
|Carol Akiwumi, Social Impact Entrepreneur and Fundraising Consultant |
Carol is a Social Impact Entrepreneur, a Fundraising Consultant and Trainer who is passionate about Stewardship and Diversity. Carol is a Fellow and current Trustee of the Institute of Fundraising UK, and Chair of Black Fundraisers UK. She is also the Founder of Money4Youth, a movement that teaches financial literacy to children and young people. Connect with her on social media @AmickyCarol.
|Ian MacQuillin, Founder and Director, Rogare|
Rogare is the fundraising think tank at Plymouth University’s Hartsook Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy. Ian is currently leading on a project to develop a new theory of fundraising ethics. He is a lecturer in fundraising and marketing, and is researching the ideological drivers of stakeholder objections to fundraising for his doctoral study. He also edits the Critical Fundraising blog. Twitter: @IanMacQuillin