Nadhim Zahawi MP was elected as the Member of Parliament for Stratford-on- Avon in May 2010. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from University College London.
In 2000 Nadhim co-founded YouGov. As Chief Executive, until running for election in 2010, he floated the company on the London Stock Exchange in 2005 and was named Entrepreneur of the year by Ernst & Young in 2008.
Since becoming an MP, Nadhim has been elected onto the Business Innovation and Skills Select Committee and has sat on the Energy Bill Committee. In the 2013 reshuffle, Nadhim was promoted to the No10. Policy Board. In June 2014, Nadhim was elected to the Foreign
Affairs Select Committee. In 2011 he co-wrote the bestseller Masters of Nothing: The Crash and how it will happen again unless we understand human nature, with fellow Conservative MP Matthew Hancock.
Jeremy Greenstock is a former UK Permanent Representative at the United Nations in New York (1998-2003) and UK Special Envoy for Iraq (September 2003-March 2004). The two themes of his diplomatic career were the Middle East and US/Western European Relations. From 2004 to 2010 Sir Jeremy was Director of the Ditchley Foundation and a Special Adviser to the BP Group. From 2011 – 2016 he was Chairman of the UN Association-UK and is now concurrently Chairman of Gatehouse Advisory Partners Ltd and a Member of the Chatham House Council.