Robert Woodthorpe Browne MBE

Robert is a reinsurance industry professional. He has chiefly operated in Developing, Central and European countries with specialties that include agricultural and environmental coverage.  Addtionally, World-wide travel to over 150 countries combined with fluency in French, German and Spanish has resulted in further extensive experience in international politics and diplomacy.

Robert has served as Council Member of the Royal Institute for International Affairs (Chatham House). Additionally,  is Past Master Worshipful Company of World Traders; Chairman The Prime Masters PMA 2017; Vice President on the Bureau of Liberal International; Chairman International Relations Committee Liberal Democrats; Board Member British German Association; Committee Member Gresham Society (Gresham College); Fellow Royal Geographical Society; member English Ceramic Circle and Royal Forestry Society.

Christopher Gleadle

After working in major systems development Christopher’s extensive career working with senior management and C-Suite across many sectors from SME to Large Corporate, NGOs and Government, across the world, has delivered proven holistic skills at the nexus of hard and soft systems to remove unintended functional and operational conflicts across the value chain that improve decision outcomes and sustainable viability. His work in the field of sustainability is widely published and cited leading to ‘The 5 Essential Steps to Sustainable Viability’ – How to Grow, Be Profitable and Align to 1.5 Degrees.

Neil Thomson

Neil is a professionally-qualified (ACA), senior commercial and business development executive. He is noted for his excellent communication and problem-solving skills and has a very successful record of leading, bidding and closing complex service / FM projects.  

Neil’s career has covered spells with Total Oil (in London, Paris and Zambia), National Data Corporation of Atlanta Georgia, Allied Dunbar and more than 20 years in Facilities Management with Group 4 / G4S.

Sustainable Viability 2020