Cambridge Hack Team

Dominic Bowles

I love being part of a team that wants to make a difference in and around our communities. 
My background is in accountancy, SME management and providing advice and support for small businesses, and I’ve led many companies and teams. I enjoy working in and assisting teams to be more than the sum of their parts, and I get a real kick out of seeing people connect, collaborate and succeed.
I am one of the co-founders of CambridgeSpace, a community of co-workers in Cambridge, and I’m a trustee of Cambridge and Peterborough YMCA.

Alison Booth

I’m passionate about making collaboration happen across boundaries, and driving and  facilitating change. 
My background is in management consultancy with the Big Four, specialising in business transformation and change. More recently I have been a Non Executive Director of a smaller consulting firm and am part of the leadership team of a thriving digital technology start up. My clients come from a range of sectors and countries, and include Balfour Beatty, Avis Budget Group, BAE, HMRC and London Business School. I am also a qualified executive coach for high potential individuals, a mentor for the Aspire Foundation for Women, and a co-founder of CambridgeSpace, a collaborative co-working space in Cambridge.

John Monks

I’m passionate about innovation, creativity and helping others to achieve what they’re capable of.
I’m an expert facilitator, consultant and team coach, working with organisations like DigitasLBi, Fjord, Standard Life, Virgin Atlantic, AstraZeneca, Volvo, E.ON, Nestle, IBM, Oracle, Cambridge University, Microsoft, and NYPD. My company Curve Consultancy delivers facilitation and coaching programmes to develop creative leaders in the the world’s most ambitious organisations.
I’m one of the founders of the co-working space CambridgeSpace, a mentor for the Judge Business School’s MBA programme in Cambridge, and a board member of ActionAid, working with the poorest women and children in the world to change their lives for good.

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