[ TEAM ]


Meet our current board of advisors, if you are interested in joining our team, please get in touch below.


Christopher Lutterodt-Quarcoo (CL-Q) is an internationally exhibiting Designer, awarding-winning Director of 'Hertz' (BFI Future Film Festival: Best Documentary) currently on BFI Player, Writer, Global Speaker and Lecturer. Operating on the axis of Design and Politics; CL-Q is the Director of THE ADV_™, a forum that weaponises empathy. He is also the Founder of the research archive Unmaterialised™, which uses design to investigate political influence on global narratives, beliefs & systems.


Mo-Ling Chui is the course leader for B.A. (Hons) Design Management and Cultures at, UAL : London College of Communication. She is a creative director, marketing communications strategist, project manager, curator, and educator with more than 20 years of international experience, including orienting brands to Chinese markets. Her research and creative practice applies ethnographic and human-centred approaches to develop cultural intelligence and social design projects.


Stephanie is an award-winning composer and creative director. Her work has featured at the Royal Opera House, FutureFest, The Roundhouse and more. In 2014 she founded BitterSuite, an internationally touring sensory music concept. In 2017 she conceived and directed ‘Open Senses’, a city-wide festival of sensory arts. Her work has been featured internationally in publications including The Guardian and Smithsonian.


Koat Aleer is an international law specialist with particular interest in Africa with a wide array of experience in various capacity from international organisations including the Human Rights Institute of the International Bar Association, African Prisons Project and the United Nations Dispute Tribunal, International Organisation for Migration and the African Union. She holds a Masters of Law and Bachelors of Law from the University of Leeds and a Bachelors of Arts degree from the University of Toronto.


Nigel Stewart is a UK based businessman and social entrepreneur who holds the position of Director at learning institute Centre of Pan African Thought and The Care Plus Group in London. Nigel’s career spans 15 years in the fields of asset management, property and corporate finance. Nigel also works extensively as a consultant, specialising in coaching and mentoring start-ups and small caps on corporate strategy.


Philip Howe is a London based writer and curator whose work focuses on the intersections of contemporary art and radical politics. Having graduated MA Art & Politics at Goldsmiths College in 2013, with a particular focus on conflict and emerging technologies, Philip now produces expansive projects and exhibitions with a/political, a non-profit organisation dedicated to collaborations with socio-political artists that tour institutions globally.