Tim Marlow is Chief Executive and Director of the Design Museum in London.
Formerly Artistic Director of the Royal Academy of Arts and Director of Exhibitions at White Cube, Marlow has been involved in the contemporary art world for the past thirty years as a curator, writer and broadcaster. He has worked with many of the most important and influential artists of our time to deliver wide-ranging and popular programmes and brings a commitment to diverse and engaging exhibitions to his new role showcasing the transformational capability of design.
Marlow sits on the Board of Trustees for the Imperial War Museum, Art on the Underground Advisory Board, the Design Age Institute and Cultureshock Media. Marlow was awarded an OBE in 2019
Asif Khan is the Deputy Chairman of the board of the Design Museum in London. He was awarded Architect of the Year in 2018 by the German Design Council and received an MBE for services to Architecture in 2017. His studio’s current projects include the New Museum of London, the largest cultural project in Europe, and the Dubai Expo 2020 public realm and Entry Portals.
Asif founded his architecture office in 2007 to design buildings that weave together science, art and new human experience. He works internationally on projects ranging from museums and masterplans to landscapes to experimental structures. Well known works include the UK Pavilion at Astana Expo in 2017, the Hyundai Pavilion at PyeongChang Winter Olympics in 2018 and the Coca-Cola Pavilion at London 2012 Olympics.
Alongside practice, Asif has taught at the Royal College of Art, London and Musashino Art University, Japan, and lectures around the world.
Yael is an experienced IP litigator and specialises in contentious IP work, advising clients on IP enforcement and infringement matters. Over the last 10 years, Yael has worked in Israel and in the UK and has gained substantive experience in the healthcare sector. Yael held both in-house and private practice positions, lead and managed multi-jurisdictional litigation proceedings and other enforcement actions.
Yael completed BSc in Biology and LLB in Law, both from the Hebrew university in Jerusalem, and is a member of the Israeli Bar Association. Yael’s experience expands across all areas of IP, including disputes concerning patents, trade marks and design rights.
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Ashleigh is the Global General Counsel at Charlotte Tilbury Beauty. With 16 years of experience in consumer goods & retail companies, she is an experienced General Counsel and Company Secretary in the luxury retail and FMCG industry. She has a strong background in supporting premium listed companies, established retail groups and also start-ups through to sale (joining as sole counsel and building a global legal team).
Peter joined the City of London Police in 1992, and has held a variety of roles as a detective, including Divisional Crime in central London, Special Branch, specialising in counter terrorism, and police counter corruption.
Since 2005, Peter has worked within the City of London Police Economic Crime Directorate, during which time he has managed national investigation teams, played a key role in the implementation of the Attorney General’s Fraud Review, and, more recently, managed national Asset Recovery/Money Laundering teams, recovering criminal assets worldwide.
During his time working in economic crime, Peter has also been seconded to Government, scoping future legislation, strategy and law enforcement funding, working with the Prime Minister’s policy team tackling overseas bribery and corruption, and was Staff Officer to the Police Commissioner, managing all aspects of economic crime, as well as Government policy and strategy.
Since March 2017, as Detective Superintendent, Peter has managed five national police units. These include police teams investigating bank fraud, insurance fraud, intellectual property crime, overseas bribery and corruption, and the national Economic Crime Academy.