Freelance research team
|Ella Adlen: Ella has a background in buy-side equity analysis of multinational companies, and worked for London-based asset management firm Sloane Robinson for 5 years. She has a doctorate in genetics and a degree in human sciences, both from Oxford University.
|Ashley Cavers: Ashley formerly worked as a researcher and reporter for the BBC and Sky TV. More recently she has run her own public relations and event management consultancy. She has a degree in English from the University of Warwick.
|Catherine Gordon: Catherine advises owner-managed businesses on corporate finance. A chartered accountant, she has worked for Deloitte, PwC and HSBC and has a degree in philosophy, politics and economics from Oxford University.
|Suzie Pilkington: Suzie has worked in corporate finance for HSBC in London and Tokyo and more recently she directed large scale financial conferences for the Informa Group. She holds a degree in Japanese studies from Oxford University.
|Luke Purser: Luke is director of development at the Royal College of Art. He is an experienced fundraiser in the Higher Education sector, with a proven international track record in securing major gifts from individuals, foundations and corporates. He holds a degree in modern history from the University of Oxford.
|Emma Thompson: Emma is a freelance marketer and has worked with
organisations from KPMG to the Royal College of Surgeons. She holds an
MBA from the Open University, and a diploma from the Chartered Institute
|Catherine Wheatley: Catherine has worked part-time for Fast Track since 2004, writing feature articles for the Fast Track Sunday Times supplements. She has written for The Sunday Times, The Sunday Express, The Independent and Scotland on Sunday. She was previously the New York correspondent and enterprise editor at Sunday Business. She has a degree in philosophy, politics and economics from Oxford University.|