David Grayson CBE - Independent commentator, Author, Emeritus Professor of Corporate Responsibility

David has chaired or served on various charity, social enterprise and public sector boards, including The Prince of Wales' Innovation Trust, the Strategic Rail Authority, Housing& Care21 and the National Disability Council. He currently chairs the national charity Carers UK.

During his career, he has done work with numerous multinationals as well as for the OECD, EU and World Bank. He sits on the Corporate Responsibility stakeholder advisory groups for Camelot and for Lloyds Bank; is part of the Circle of Advisers for Business Fights Poverty and for the Asian Institute of Management's Ramon V. del Rosario, Sr. Center for Corporate Responsibility. He is part of the faculty of The Forward Institute. He was awarded an OBE for services to industry in 1994 and a CBE for services to disability in 1999.

The Guardian has named David as one of ten top global tweeters on sustainable leadership:@DavidGrayson_

Kenneth Hogg

Kenneth has worked in partnership with Otto Scharmer and the Presencing Institute for 4 years to support public, private and non-profit organisations in Scotland to introduce innovative new approaches to delivering better results.  Through convening a more collaborative process, and supporting participants to connect to what matters to them most in turning ideas into action, Kenneth uses the methodologies developed by the Presencing Institute to introduce powerful new dynamics to improving outcomes and reforming public services.  Over 2000 people in Scotland have participated in the Presencing Institute’s U.Lab initiative, a network of over 70 community-based U.Lab Hubs has been developed, and a new Collective Leadership programme has been launched for public sector leaders.


Rumyana is a Corporate and Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator at GRI.

In this role, she is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with various GRI stakeholders and members of the GRI Community.

Rumyana is also a project manager for GRI's online engagement program, a platform that connects GRI's core network with experts and insiders in the field of sustainability, and delivers a first-hand account of the latest news and developments in the field.

Before joining GRI, Rumyana worked at Vital Voices, an organization that works in the areas of women's economic empowerment, political participation, and human rights.

She holds a Master of Arts degree in International Relations from the Maxwell School of Syracuse University and a Master of Science degree in International Public Management and Public Policy from Erasmus University in the Netherlands.

Tadej Slapnik

After he graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Maribor, he was working in the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia as a secretary of deputy group from 2000 - 2004. From 2002 - 2006 he was also a board member of the Financial Fund for Decommissioning of the Nuclear Power Plant Krško as a representative of the Slovenian parliament. From 2004 - 2009 he was director of the Youth Centre of Dravinja Valley - one of the biggest youth NGOs in Slovenia, especially in the field of youth mobility projects with EU and Mediterranean countries. In 2009 he became a member of the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia and was a member of the following parliamentary committees: for defense, social affairs, agriculture, supervision of secret services and European affairs.

Nena Dokuzov

Contributed to policy making within the GECES – Expert Group of European Commission for social entrepreneurship and as a member of expert groups on the EU level (Coordination committee for funds)

She is a member of management board of National Association for Social Economy Sloveniaand has also contributed to the creation of financial supporting environment for impact investment in Slovenia.