Visiting Fellows

Our Visiting Fellows inform the work of the Heseltine Institute through their considerable experience in academia, local government, regional development and the third sector.

        

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Koen Bartels

Dr Koen Bartels

Koen's interdisciplinary research on relationships between citizens and government spans public policy, urban studies and public administration.

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Jessica Bowles

Jessica Bowles

Jessica is Director of Strategic Partnerships and Impact at Bruntwood.

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John Flamson

John Flamson

John has been closely involved in Liverpool city region’s renaissance notably through the transformation of the old docklands.

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Benito Giordano

Dr Benito Giordano

Benito has a unique mix of experience gained in academia, economic consultancy and as a policy practitioner in regional government affairs in Brussels.

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Helen Heap

Helen Heap

Helen is a social investor and the founder/CEO of Seebohm Hill Ltd, a Liverpool-based social investment consultancy.

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Chris Murray

Chris Murray

Chris became Director of the Core Cities Group in 2006, focusing on economic and social policy, increasing competitiveness and devolution.

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Dr Wayne Shand

Wayne is an independent researcher and consultant in urban and economic development.

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Mark Swift

Mark Swift

Mark is a social entrepreneur with 15 years experience working in the health and care sector.

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Ian Wray

Professor Ian Wray

Ian's expertise lies in the areas of infrastructure planning; metropolitan mayors; world heritage and new garden cities.

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