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Meet The Board
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Alan is a partner at Strategy&, part of PwC. He focuses on Financial Services and has over 30 years consulting experience advising banks, wealth managers and insurers in Europe and Asia.
Paul McCreeshArtistic Director
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Susie York Skinner became Chief Executive of Gabrieli in 2011, serving subsequently in a development role at the organisation from 2017. She is currently Director of Development for the Academy of St Martin of the Fields.
Steve specialises in infrastructure finance, and is currently consulting on major transport improvements in North America. He was previously the Chief Finance Officer of HS2 Limited, the £50 billion project building a new high speed railway between London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds; and Managing Director, Finance for Transport for London responsible for the £10 billion a year operational and investment finances of TfL.
Michael Abrahams has worked for international design consultancies, Banks & Miles, Negus & Negus and Raymond Loewy International. In 1996, he established Abrahams, a design consultancy that spent a third of their time on commercial projects, a third on charitable work and self-directed research and a third curating events.
Stephen is Chairman of Wilton Capital Advisers, his own independent investment firm, which provides strategic real estate and management advice to major corporations, international investors, family offices and Government.
Roger Le Tissier is Chairman of Textor Capital, a private investment company with a diverse portfolio. He is also a consultant and holds a number of non-executive directorships with leading asset managers, private equity GPs, insurance and pension companies.
Guy Perricone worked for 20 years in investment banking at Salomon Brothers, SG Warburg and ABN AMRO before becoming Managing Director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London and subsequently Chief Executive of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music.
Louise started her career teaching and managing English in a variety of secondary schools, including those in inner cities. She became an advisory teacher and subsequently a lecturer at Sussex University, contributing to initial teacher education and research on teachers’ professional development.