Advisory Board Members
The Advisory Board provides a crucial role in supporting and advising the charity and CEO about innovation, research, and expansion of impact to benefit communities at national and international level.
Dr Chris Loynes
My own research interests include understanding the impact of Outdoor Education in schools, the outdoors as a vehicle for youth development, understanding strategies for encouraging nature connection and the role of local communities in enhancing the quality of the environment.
Andrew provides a consultancy service to enable schools and other organisations concerned with primary education to access high quality innovation, support and advice.
He specialises in maths education, curriculum design and development, enquiry-based learning and learning outside the classroom.
Nick Ewbank runs an innovative consultancy business, based in Kent, whose clients include universities, local authorities, local economic partnerships and a broad range of cultural organisations.
Following 15 years in leadership roles in arts centres in the West Midlands, London and Exeter, Ewbank became the founding Chief Executive of Folkestone’s Creative Foundation, a new philanthropic cultural organisation, and spent a decade designing, delivering and evaluating its ambitious arts-led regeneration programme for this deprived south coast UK seaside town; his book Adventures in Regeneration tells the story of Folkestone’s remarkable transformation.