John Naughton (Director) is an academic and a journalist. He is also Vice-President of Wolfson, a graduate supervisor for the Cambridge Centre of International Studies , writes a weekly column for the London Observer and is a well-known blogger. His books on the history and significance of the Internet -- From Gutenberg to Zuckerburg: what you really need to know about the internet and A Brief History of the Future: the origins of the Internet, have been translated into several languages, including Chinese. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Emeritus Professor of the Public Understanding of Technology at the Open University.
Bill Kirkman founded and directed the Programme for its first 14 years and still plays an active role in it. He is a former Africa and Commonwealth Correspondent of The Times and was until recently Editor of the magazine Cambridge. He currently writes a regular column for The Hindu.
Michelle Searle (Press Fellowship Administration)