Director of the QEPrize, Keshini is a familiar face to many people around the globe as a respected BBC World TV news anchor. She has worked closely with a range of governments and CEOs on international affairs, media and global communications and chairs many high level roundtables and discussions.
Keshini read Modern and Medieval Languages at Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge.
As Head of Operations, Jonathan is responsible for the design, development and implementation of policies that enhance the QEPrize’s global profile and embed its status as the world’s leading prize for engineers and engineering.
A humanities graduate, Jonathan has developed a fascination with engineering, particularly in its application to cycling and skiing.
Cuong manages the prize process and its affiliated activities, including 'Create the Trophy' competition and events that promote engineering to a wider audience.
Cuong has an arts degree in editorial photography and is also a painter and filmmaker who appreciates the creative aspect of engineering.
Jane helps to drive national and global publicity for the QEPrize and works with the team to develop unique, high-profile events to showcase the winners and their achievements.
Jane read chemistry at the University of York and is passionate about promoting science, engineering and technology.
As Digital Communications Manager, Imogen is on a mission to spread the word about engineering to a global audience through the QEPrize website and social media channels.
Imogen has a background in neuroscience, and is also a musician and aerial dance enthusiast in her spare time.
As Communications Manager, Ryan manages the communications strategy for the QEPrize with stakeholders and the public, advocating the field of engineering as well as celebrating its achievements.
Ryan studied both science and strategic communications at the University of Western Australia, and he is currently searching for London’s best coffee (suggestions welcome).