Collaborators

With 35 grantees from 12 countries and collaborators from around the world, we are pleased that our community of interest is growing around the world. Our philosophy is to work with pioneers and specialists in partnership. Why not join us?

Programme Board

Michael Bruno
Chair

Vice Chancellor for Research and Interim Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa

Ruth Boumphrey
 

Director of Research, Lloyd's Register Foundation

Elaine Roberts
 

Chief Marketing Officer, Lloyd's Register Group

Peter Chamley

Chair Australasia Region, Arup

Mahadev Raman

Arup Fellow and Director of Arup University, Arup

Direction

Nancy Kete has recently stepped down as Programme Executive Director, Resilience Shift (more). Arup fellow Jo da Silva is overseeing the programme during recruitment of our new Executive Director.

Jo da Silva
Director, International Development

Juliet Mian
Technical Director

Will Goode
Programme Manager

Jan Reier Huse
Lloyd's Group liaison

Technical Advisory Group

Profesor Peter Guthrie
Chair

Kristen MacAskill
Support

Francesca O’Hanlon
Support

We have appointed Cambridge University Technical Services (CUTS) as our Technical Advisory Group (TAG) and ‘critical friend’.

They will provide independent technical advice that will inform the strategic direction of the programme and review the quality of approach and outputs. It will provide scrutiny of and advice on the programme through critiquing the quality and value of the approach and outputs. It will also provide a conduit to a wider knowledge base from academia and within industry.

Grantees and partners to date

In addition to Arup, and the Lloyd's Register Foundation, we have worked with or are working with a number of collaborators. To date, at the end of our second year, we have engaged directly with over 360 individuals and over 170 organisations including over 50 academic institutions. These stakeholders fall broadly withing the groupings: industry bodies, government, global organisations, research institutes, non-profit organisations, specialist consultancies, and infrastructure owners/operators.

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