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Julia Waring

Head of Production Talent at RDF Television

Donna Taberer

Talent Exec, former Head of BBC Talent

Tammy BSL interpreter 1

Steph BSL interpreter 2

Melanie Rainbow

Production Manager

Pippa Jones

Trained actor and Runner

Alan Fairholm

Media Consultant/Production Executive/Line Producer

Zoe Bickerton

Production Manager

Marcia Blackwood

Hair and Make Up Supervisor/Assistant Designer

Margaret Burgin

Head of Careers at ScreenSkills

Fetin Sardaneh

Production Runner and Junior Researcher

Ian Dodd

Head of Post Production at Dock10

Alison Small

Grow Creative UK, Netflix

Cat Fox

Head Of Production, Comedy and Entertainment

CJ Henry

Producer

Alison Grade

CEO of Mission Accomplished and Author of The Freelance Bible

Daniel Alexander

Filmmaker

Talla Buffery

Production Secretary

Neil Chordia

Film & TV Producer

Sam Thodhlana

Social Media Manager

Yen Yau

Director of Training Programmes at The Grierson Trust

Sonia Fry

Production Manager

Andrew Rutter

Director and Filmmaker

Johnny Rickard

Development AP

Lara Humphreys

Junior Draughtsperson

Rich Peppiatt

Creative Director at Naughty Step

Sarah McCaffrey

Founder of Solas Mind and Psychotherapist

Emma Riley

Production Executive at Optomen

Joel Kafetz

Founder of E20 Productions

Rio Clarke

Assistant Producer at Buzz16

Ewan Vinnicombe-Wallis

Executive Producer and Project Director

David Simpson

Head of Comedy at Tiger Aspect

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