Abigail Eaton-Masters, otherwise known as “The Bounce Back Queen”, is a
British Media Psychologist and Psychotherapist who developed a branch of
coaching called ‘Bounceology’.
Anthony Dooley has worked across a broad area of mathematical analysis,
with widespread applications across diverse fields such as economic and
financial modelling, and climate and weather prediction.
Daniel Rowland, otherwise known as “The Pavement Poet”, attempts to
demonstrate the impermanence of thought as it interacts with spaces.
Dimitrios Sotiropoulos is a registered architect in the UK and Netherlands,
as well as a Bath alumnus. He attaches sociopolitical depth to the
discipline of architecture, and challenges the traditional urban logic.
Emmanuel Akpan-Inwang taught English in Birmingham as part of the Teach First Leadership Development Programme, and is now an Ambassador for the organisation. His special interest lies in improving the outcome of children who grow up in foster care.
Iby Knill is one of the few Auschwitz survivors living in the UK, as well
as the author of “The Woman Without a Number”.
Laurence Hurst is Professor of Evolutionary Genetics in the Department of
Biology and Biochemistry at The University of Bath. His research interests
include a broad span of evolution, genetics and genomics.
Reza Pakravan is an extreme adventurer, documentary maker, promoter and
fundraiser for education projects in Africa. He set the world record for
crossing of the Sahara Desert by bicycle - battling sand storms, brutal
heat, and hunger.