Founders & Chair

DR CURLY MOLONEY

Graduated from Oxford and Cambridge Universities with an MA in Physiological Sciences and as a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.

After leaving the Medical world she moved into Head-Hunting, setting up Moloney Search in 1994.

The firm is known worldwide for its ability to track highflying talent at many levels. Dr Moloney works with International Governments, Private Offices as well as having worked with over one third of the FTSE 100.

DR EMMA LOVERIDGE

Graduated from Cambridge University with an MA in Theology and Philosophy and a PhD focusing on ‘Hermeneutics’ – the (philosophical) interpretation of human responses and their consequences in action.

Having spent her early career in trade and commerce, culminating in her founding and running an Internationally acclaimed travel business, Dr Loveridge retrained as a counsellor and psychotherapist.

With a team of world-wide experts she is now the Senior Director at Rafan House and her specialist areas of work and research are around the internal subconscious family and how that plays out into the corporate world.

LADY BARBARA JUDGE, CBE 

Lady Judge has had an unusually broad and successful international career as a senior executive, chairman and non-executive director in both the private and public sectors.

She is currently Chairman of the Astana Financial Services Authority and a UK Business Ambassador (a Prime Ministerial appointment). She is also Chairman of Cifas, the UK fraud prevention agency and Chairman of the Management Board of SNOMED International, a not for profit organisation that determines global standards for health terms.

In addition, she is Chairman of several digital start-ups, including  LoopUp, a premium, remote meetings solution and SmartUp, a mobile peer-to-peer knowledge sharing platform.

Earlier in her career she was the youngest-ever Commissioner of the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Later she was the first woman main board executive director of Samuel Montagu & Co, a London merchant bank and the first woman director of News International.

Subsequently she was Chairman of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority for two terms and thereafter Chairman of the UK Pension Protection Fund, also for two terms.

In Japan she was appointed Deputy Chairman of the Tepco Nuclear Reform Committee and Chairman of it Nuclear Safety Task Force, on which she still currently serves. She is also a member of the board of the Lixil Corporation and Chairman of its Remuneration Committee. In addition, she is an advisor to the Itochu Corporation.

In June 2010 she was awarded Commander of the British Empire in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to the nuclear and financial services industries. In 2015 she received the Times NonExecutive Director award for her chairmanship of the Pension Protection Fund. In addition, she was listed by Business Insider as number 36 out of the “top 100 coolest people in tech in 2017”

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