Sandi Toksvig

Sandi Toksvig is an award-winning author, broadcaster, entertainer and founder of the Women’s Equality Party. She is passionate about making sure that women’s voices are heard, and has been awarded the University of Cambridge’s inaugural Qantabrigian Fellowship, with the aim of creating a digital resource documenting women’s position, achievements and struggles across the globe.

Dr Pablo Tittonell

Dr. Pablo Tittonell is supporting the development of Hand in Hand’s regenerative agriculture and circular economy curriculum. 

Dr. Tittonell is a Principal Research Scientist in Argentina’s National Council for Science and Technology (CONICET) with a seat at the Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria (INTA), in San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina. He also holds a part-time WWF-endowed Chair Professorship on Resilient Landscapes at the Groningen Institute of Evolutionary Life Sciences in The Netherlands. He is the former national coordinator of the Natural Resources and Environment Program of INTA, where he coordinated the work of more than 1500 researchers nation-wide, and a former Chair Professor of Farming Systems Ecology at Wageningen University in The Netherlands, where he co-designed and coordinated the educational postgraduate program on Agroecology. He serves as an external professor at the Ecole Doctorale GAïA of the University of Montpellier, France and at the National University of Lomas de Zamora, Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is an Agronomist by training and has worked in both private sector and academic/research organisations.

Dr Madhvi Chanrai

Brought up in a family of entrepreneurs and philanthropists, Dr Chanrai is passionate about women’s empowerment and knows from personal experience that entrepreneurship can transform lives. She was born in India and raised in the UK where, after graduating in Medicine from the University of Cambridge, she practised as a GP in London for 20 years. Today, she operates a regenerative farm.