Dr Dave Landrum
Dave is director of advocacy at the Evangelical Alliance. Dave’s passion is to see Christianity influencing the centre of political, cultural and economic life. He has a first-class degree in contemporary politics and urban policy studies and a doctorate in politics and policy process in education. Dave supports Everton.@DrDaveLandrum
Danny joined the Alliance in 2008 and has held a range of roles in the advocacy team. He currently looks after media relations and oversees our advocacy programmes and projects including public leadership. Before working for the Alliance he worked in parliament for an MP and has degrees in politics and political philosophy. Danny is passionate about encouraging Christians to integrate their faith with all areas of their life, especially when it comes to helping them take on leadership outside the church. He frequently provides comment on current political issues, both in Alliance publications and to the press.@danny_webster
Abi is the public leadership coordinator at the Evangelical Alliance, seeking to equip Christians with the skills and confidence to be leaders in the places where God has called them. She has a BA in Ancient History and a MSc in Political Communication and loves going to the theatre.@AZ_Jarvis
Kieran joined the Evangelical Alliance Scotland team in 2012. Prior to this he worked for MSPs at the Scottish Parliament for three years with spells in both Edinburgh and Inverness. As well as overseeing the Scottish Public Leadership programme, Kieran helps the Alliance connect with politicians in Holyrood and local government, connects with national and local media, and also provides support and encouragement to churches, organisations and individual Christians trying to engage with wider Scottish society.@theTurnertweets
Stuart is involved in the development of Public Leadership and the Great Commission resource in Northern Ireland. He is also the Northern Irish Hub Director at Westminster Theological Centre. Stuart is married to Emma and together they live in East Belfast.@stubothwell
Rev Celia Apeagyei-Collins
Celia is President of the Rehoboth Foundation, a cutting edge equipping organisation offering leadership/vision development consultancy, motivational and mentoring programmes, executive coaching and business strategy services. RF also offers practical training for effective leadership and the success of both individual destiny and corporate objectives. Celia also runs a mentoring network for leaders from all spectrums of life and a Development Forum for Young and Emerging Leaders. In addition, she comes alongside pastoral leaders to help strengthen ministries and equip them for community transformations. She serves as a Vice President for TEARFUND, a Director/Trustee for OM (Operation Mobilisation) and Churches in Communities international (CIC). Celia is a trustee of International Third World Leaders Association and an Advisory Council member of The Cinnamon Network.
Kevin has been a Christian for over 35 years and currently worships at All Souls Langham Place. He has been a personal member of the Evangelical Alliance since the 1990s. He recently retired as a partner in Hogan Lovells International LLP, a global firm of solicitors, specialising in business tax.
Tracy is Managing Director of LICC and a Board Director of the Evangelical Alliance. She started her working life with British Rail, moved into research and strategy and was Planning Director at a Manchester advertising agency for over ten years. She has a theology degree from LST and a Masters in Bible and Mission from Redcliffe College. She joined LICC in 2004 to start a new work with churches, co-authored the Grove booklet ‘Leading a whole-life disciple-making church’ and is married to John and they have three children in their early 20s.
Nancy Gifford is Global Media Director for RZIM which comprises the Zacharias Trust and the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. She joined RZIM in 2011 to help develop a Media Unit, and has been a key part of the OCCA's on-going engagement with the mainstream media in the UK and the US. As an experienced television producer and director, Nancy has a strong track record working on documentaries that tell compelling human stories. A music graduate from Durham University, Nancy worked on BBC and Channel 4 documentaries before moving to Boston for five years in 1994. There she was part of a team that won a Peabody award for the 26-hour historical series People's Century (BBC/PBS). She also worked as a Producer on PBS's flagship public affairs strand Frontline. She was a field producer on Sergio, an HBO/BBC feature documentary that was an award-winner at the Sundance Film Festival and was shortlisted for best documentary at the 2010 Academy Awards. Nancy lived in Beijing (1999-2005) and Shanghai (2010-11), where she worked as a freelance TV producer and with various Christian fellowships.
Paul is President, Communications & Connectivity at Cobham plc joining in October 2017, previously serving as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Airbus Group UK where he was responsible for leadership of the UK business. He has extensive international aerospace and defence experience having worked in Canada, Italy, and France as well as the U.K. Paul holds several senior advisory positions including as an HMG Business Ambassador for Advanced Manufacturing and Aerospace, HRH Prince of Wales Ambassador for Industrial Cadets, and as the recent past President board member of ADS, the UK trade body for Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space. He is a Chartered Engineer and has an MBA from London Business School.
Ruth has a portfolio career specialising in mentoring and business strategy along with a number of trustee roles: Deputy chair of the Hutchesons Education Trust, Board member of Alpha Scotland, Board Member Evangelical Alliance UK, trustee of Pacific Partnership Trust, Advisory Board member of Tear Fund Scotland, Advisory Board member of Evangelical Alliance Scotland and Trustee of Bethany Christian Trust. Previous to this she had 30 years’ experience in economic development and retailing and have had a number of senior roles in Marketing, Customer Relationship Management and Stakeholder Management. Ruth is LICC’s ambassador for Transforming Work and is joint chair of the EA’s Scottish Public leaders, a programme designed to equip and mentor young leaders to be disciples in public roles. She is a member of Newton Mearns Baptist Church.