Julian Hewitt is an Educational Consultant who previously headed up the Allan Gray Orbis Foundation’s Fellowship Programme. He also currently sits on the Board of Trustees for the Royal Bafokeng Nation’s flagship Lebone II College. Having travelled to almost 50 countries, Julian’s global engagement has been recognised as a recipient of the Clinton Democracy Fellowship, a Chinese Government Scholarship and Global Award for Individual Leadership through AIESEC. A social entrepreneur at heart, he is the founding member of four social enterprises, including Brightest Young Minds, and helped initiate the GIBS Network of Social Entrepreneurs.
Jeremy Gibbon hails from a family of teachers with education flowing strongly through his veins. He has been a high school Science teacher for over twenty years, enjoying the privilege of teaching in South Africa and the United Kingdom. Most recently Jeremy was Principal of Pinelands High School in Cape Town, a proud member of the Circle of Excellence. As an Educational Consultant, he now works across of variety of areas including teacher professional development and digital online learning platforms. He is also working as part of the team tasked with establishing the Allan Gray Education Fellowship. Jeremy holds a BSc and HDE from the University of Cape Town as well as an M.Ed from Cambridge University.