Leo Crane is a seasoned arts professional with particular expertise in fundraising and communications. He has over twenty years’ experience with some of the world’s greatest cultural organizations, including the V&A, British Library, Smithsonian Institution, Royal Institute of British Architects and Dulwich Picture Gallery. His work has taken him across the world, brokering bilateral relationships with China, India, Russia, the Middle East and the USA. As a consultant, he helps organizations define and articulate their vision to potential funders, creating strategies, implementing work plans and leading masterclasses. Alongside this, he has his own practice as an animator, painter and co-founder of creative studio Figuration. He holds an MA (Hons) from Oxford University and an MA (Distinction) from Bournemouth University.
Alvin Hall is a financial educator, award-winning broadcaster, best-selling author and collector of contemporary art. He currently serves on the Bowdoin College Museum of Art Advisory Council, the Studio Museum in Harlem’s Acquisition Committee, is the Co-Chair for MoMA’s Friends of Education and is a board member of The Conversation US. Hall recently created, produced and presented the podcast series Driving the Green Book for Macmillan Podcasts and presented Power, Lust and Glory: The Story of Gold for Audible Original. He hosted the landmark BBC television series Your Money or Your Life and Alvin’s Guide to Good Business, which featured the work of eight social entrepreneurs in Cambodia, India, Japan, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia, and the US. He is the author of a number of bestselling books and writes periodically for Waitrose Weekend magazine in the UK.