Lucina Machanzi

Lucina Machanzi works for the Culture Fund in Zimbabwe as the Gender and Climate Change Project Coordinator. The programme, cultureACTIONs, aims to harness the creative power of the arts in debunking societal norms and cultural practices that are enforcing gender-based violence, early child marriages and poor environmental practices. Lucina is a holder of an MSc … Read more Lucina Machanzi

Lucy Davies

Lucy Davies has been the Executive Producer at London’s Royal Court since 2013. She is the Chair of London Theatre Consortium and Chair of Trustees for Clod Ensemble. Lucy was the founding Executive Producer at National Theatre Wales with Artistic Director John McGrath 2009-2013. Her earlier career includes National Theatre, Donmar Warehouse, Knee-high Theatre and … Read more Lucy Davies

Sophie Cornet

Since 2011, Sophie has worked as sustainability manager at the Royal Theatre of La Monnaie in Brussels. She coordinates the Environmental and Corporate Social Responsibility strategy. She has developed strong collaborations around culture and climate change in Belgium, France and through the Opera Europa network. Since 2009, Sophie has gained broad experience in managing innovative … Read more Sophie Cornet

Elisa Hernández de Pablo

Elisa is currently Manager of the Environmental Sector of La Casa Encendida, a dynamic social and cultural centre in Madrid, with sustainability, education, culture as the main pillars to engage society in the most pressing and present issues.  She is specialized in promoting sustainable development processes through environmental education. She focuses on community participation and empowerment … Read more Elisa Hernández de Pablo

Gaja Meznaric Osole

Gaja is a designer, working in cross-disciplinary fields between design, ecology and participation. Through various interdisciplinary projects she explores ways of practicing design by embedding current societal needs as well as possibilities that have emerged from economical crisis and environmental depletion. She is a holder of a BA in Visual Communication, University of Ljubljana and … Read more Gaja Meznaric Osole

Budi Agung Kuswara

Budi Agung Kuswara (Kabul) was born in Bali in 1982 and had graduated in a Bachelor in Fine Art from Indonesia Institute of the Art, in Yogyakarta. His paintings first caught the attention of curators in his home ground and Kabul was invited to exhibit at the Bali Museum and Neka Art Museum. Upon showcasing … Read more Budi Agung Kuswara

Dijana Rakovic

Dijana is a Project Manager at Counterpoints Arts, the leading arts charity in the UK working with the themes of migration and displacement – working across arts, advocacy, academia, activism and policy. Dijana’s role spans the interconnected production, curation and participation strands. She leads on the production of London events for Counterpoints Arts’ music programme … Read more Dijana Rakovic

Elizabeth Valenzuela

Technical Director of Fondo Acción, since January 2019. Elizabeth is Biologist and has a Master’s degree in Environment and Development from the National University of Colombia. Elizabeth has worked for more than 17 years in the formulation and monitoring of environmental public policies, programs and projects, with governmental entities and stakeholders engagements, especially on climate … Read more Elizabeth Valenzuela

Marta García Haro

Since 2015, Marta García Haro has been responsible for the Spanish office of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), a UN-backed international network for the promotion of global sustainable development. Also, she is the director of the annual Seminar “Sustainability and cultural institutions” (which celebrated its 3rd edition in March 2019), and the founder of … Read more Marta García Haro

Bridget McKenzie

Bridget is Director of Flow Associates, consultants for arts & museums, aiming to help create a ‘Thrivable Culture’. Her past self is in arts education, having managed learning programmes at Tate and British Library. Since setting up Flow in 2006 she delivered hundreds of projects of strategy, evaluation and audience research. A typical project is evaluating the Happy Museum project, all … Read more Bridget McKenzie

Toby Peach

Toby Peach is a theatre maker, facilitator and performer based in London. He creates stories to engage audience with difficult subject matter, particularly on climate change and cancer. In 2015 he was on the BBC Performing Arts Fund ‘Ones to Watch’. Toby has been developing an exciting methodology, connecting with, and creating stories for, and with, … Read more Toby Peach