Cambridge Hub is made up of all you wonderful students leading and participating in volunteering projects, events and other activities - however if you want to talk to someone directly about our activities, then these are the people you're looking for:
The Advisory Board ensures that Cambridge Hub thrive as a result of being well embedded in the university and community environment. By bringing together individuals and organisations with varied perspectives and expertise, our Advisory Board helps the Cambridge Hub to identify which activities to prioritise, as well as ensuring coordination of messaging and activities with other stakeholders.
Alison Wood - Academic Director at Homerton Changemakers
Anna Malan - Manager, Community and Inclusion, Arm
Anna is the Community & Inclusion Manager at Arm, a global technology company. Anna runs the company’s global employee community engagement program, Team Arm, enabling everyone at Arm to use their skills, passion and expertise to create positive change in their communities and contribute to the Global Goals for Sustainable Development. Anna works with local, national and global charity partners that support Arm’s strategic aim of closing the STEM skills gap and encouraging more young people – especially girls - to pursue STEM careers. Anna has a background in the not-for-profit sector and, before joining Arm, worked for the University of Cambridge. Prior to that, she was the Manager of Cambridge Hub.
Professor Graham Virgo QC (Hon) - Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education) at the University of Cambridge and Professor of English Private Law in the Faculty of Law
Professor Virgo is a Fellow of Downing College, where he was previously Senior Tutor and Director of Studies in Law. He was previously Deputy Chair of the Faculty of Law. He is a barrister and Academic Bencher of Lincoln's Inn. His main research interests are in the fields of the Law of Restitution, Equity and Trusts and the substantive Criminal Law.
Jane Kershaw – Corporate Governance and Planning Manager, CHS
With over 20 years’ experience at a senior level in cross-sector programme/project management, coaching and governance, Jane’s professional focus is on supporting individuals, teams and organisations to grow. She is particularly interested in the role volunteering can play in that process and brings a range of relevant perspectives to the Advisory Board: as project manager from a partner organisation (of the LinkAges Cambridge pilot), as a former manager at the Judge Business School, as parent of a current Cambridge undergraduate and as a campaigner in the early development of business-led employee volunteering. Jane is currently a trustee of the Prospects Trust and volunteer coach for a number of charities.
John Munns – Fellow of Magdalene College
John Munns teaches medieval history and the history of art at Magdalene College, where he is also an Undergraduate Tutor and Admissions Tutor. He worked for a number of years in the Church of England before moving into academia, and has significant experience of both mental health and higher education chaplaincy. He is a former Syndic of the University Careers Service and a current Trustee of The Brilliant Club, an award-winning charity that works to broaden access to highly-selective universities. John is the Senior Treasurer of the Cambridge Hub, in which role he helps to provide a link between the Hub and the formal structures of the University of Cambridge.
Keith Carne – First Bursar, King’s College
Martin Clark - Deputy Chief Executive, Allia
Martin Clark is Deputy Chief Executive of Allia, a social enterprise which issues charitable bonds nationally and runs social enterprise centres with over 70 diverse tenants in Cambridge. He led the development of Allia’s ‘Future Business Centre’, an £8M purpose-built social and environmental business incubator near Cambridge Science Park. He is a Fellow of the Centre for Social Innovation at the Cambridge Judge Business School and has been a judge for the Cambridge University Entrepreneurs (CUE) £1k and £5k Business Plan competitions since 2011. He is passionate about using social enterprise to tackle social problems, and is the author of The Social Entrepreneur Revolution (Marshall Cavendish 2009).
Joanna Chamberlain - Head of Environment and Energy, University of Cambridge
Joanna provides strategic direction to the University and is responsible for developing and implementing long-term plans to reduce the University’s carbon emissions and improve its environmental sustainability. Prior to joining the University of Cambridge in July 2012, she was Senior Policy Adviser for Sustainable Development at HEFCE, leading the development and implementation of HEFCE`s sustainable development strategy and carbon reduction strategy for higher education in England. She has previously served as Chair and Charity Trustee of the Bristol Children’s Scrapstore and on the Executive Committee of the Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges.