David Semple is a film maker. His recent films include “Showdown At Kedem”, “Lost In Jerusalem” and “Jerusalem Syndrome: A Journey To The Center Of The Universe”. He writes about the Middle East and the British Empire.
Daniel Kallmunzer works in a private sector in the management of a local dairy. Daniel is a Czech ex-pat living in Manchester for the past thirteen years. Married with two children, he also volunteers as Primary School Governor. Daniel has been a member of Conservative Party since 2013, he was a campaign manager and agent in the last two General Elections, and previously also ran for Manchester City Council.
Phelim Rowe is a Conference Director with experience in both the public and private sectors. He has organised conferences in the US, Europe, Middle East, Asia, Africa and Latin America on a variety of topics. Prior to conferencing he held Policy Advisor positions for Town Planning in the UK Department of Communities and Local Government and Trade, Defence Promotion and Ministerial Private Office in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
He holds an Undergraduate Degree from University College London and a Master’s Degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science. His personal interests include politics, world music, travelling and photography.