Jesus College Perspectives Membership
We seek to attract members to help us sustain high quality of participation and frequent events, who also help us ensure that our outputs are of sufficiently high quality to make a transformative difference.
The membership scheme allows companies and individuals to become Jesus College Perspectives Members and enjoy a range of benefits including invitations to all Jesus College Perspectives Conferences, participation in conference advisory committee meetings on future topics, suggesting speakers and participants, and being featured in reports. Anonymous membership is also available.
We are very thankful to the following Members for their ongoing support and generosity.
Nick Chism spent 28 years as KPMG, serving as the Global Chair of Infrastructure, Government and Healthcare. He is now the Director-General of Enterprise in BEIS, and a personal Member of Jesus College Perspectives.
James's career has concentrated on the financing and management of companies in the fields of telecommunications and technology. He serves on a number of boards in these areas and is active in supporting a number of academic projects and charities.
Robert Marshall is CEO and Founder of Martlet Capital, as well as Vice Chairman and Group Chief Executive of the Marshall Group of companies. Marshall is a fourth-generation family company with annual sales of £1,500m. The Company owns and operates Cambridge Airport and has extensive activities in aerospace design, military aircraft maintenance, military group systems and motor retail.
Sheila Kissaine-Marshall is a civil engineer, with experience across a very wide range of major construction projects in the UK and overseas, including the Jubilee line extension, M25 expansion, and the Shard at London Bridge. She is an investor in Cambridge-based startups, and the founder of Bosom Buddies, a cancer support startup.
Andreas Naumann is a senior executive in the financial industry. Outside the professional sphere, he is keenly interested in subjects like urbanisation, youth unemployment, education and foreign policy. He supports Jesus College Perspectives as a private individual.
The Staffline Group was established in 1986 and has two business divisions: Staffline Recruitment and PeoplePlus. PeoplePlus helps unemployed people in to work, provides skills training, apprenticeship programmes and supports people in to independent living. Staffline Recruitment’s OnSite services include supporting food production, logistics, manufacturing and automotive sectors.