K. V. Rajan is a former member of the Indian Foreign Service. He has served in many senior diplomatic assignments, including the rank of Ambassador, in a number of countries including France, USA, UK, Zambia, Algeria and Nepal. He holds over a dozen positions within various Governmental and Non-Governmental organisations including several institutions of Higher Learning. He is the author of a best-known and a highly reputed book The Ambassador's Club.
An Engineer by profession, Prasenjit Kumar has been actively involved in running a number of educational ventures in UK for about 20 years. He is the Chairperson for London School of Executive Training and responsible for the overall management and strategic direction of the institution. He is the recipient of Global Achievers Award presented by Citizens Integration Peace Society in 2016.
Worked for over 40 years in the Civil Service, she has served the UK Border Agency as Regional Head of the Passport Agency in Northern Ireland later, served as an Assistant Director in the UK Border Agency and for her exemplary public service, was honoured with an MBE by her Majesty the Queen.
David Webb worked in the police force for more than 25 years. He joined Hertfordshire Constabulary and transferred to the West Midlands Police before retiring as Superintendent Commander of Police in Birmingham. He pioneered Community Policing and is the author of “Policing the Rainbow,” which promotes the philosophy and practice of policing a multi-racial society.
Dr Chatterjee studied law at the University of Cambridge and the University of London held several professorial positions in international commercial and criminal law at UK Universities. Dr Chatterjee is also a Barrister in England and Wales and has been practising law for over 20 years. He is currently a Senior Associate Fellow of Warwick University and an Associate Fellow of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London.
Peter Bowyer is a lead Trainer for Pearson, which is an internationally recognised leading degree awarding organisation. He is a visiting professor in the UK who has held high positions at several UK degree awarding institutions for the past over 20 years. His contributions in academic are well known in both public and private sectors within the UK and Europe.
Peter Sage has been working in the academic area for the last 10 years and is serving as an Adjunct Professor of George Washington University. He provides exceptional guidance and support to the academic department of London School of Executive Training College. He is also the coordinator of AMURT, which is affiliated with the United Nations, and has travelled to over 70 countries to coordinate various social service activities worldwide. Under his leadership AMURT was granted a recent substantial US Federal grant to tender services in Africa.