Beadie is Foundation Director of Doc Society.
In addition to executive producing a number of films, Beadie is responsible for the global Good Pitch programme and helping develop tools for the field such as the Impact Field Guide and the Doc Impact Award.
Beadie is also an experienced filmmaker. Titles include Only When I Dance, released theatrically in the UK and US. She produced Unknown White Male in 2005, which played at Sundance Film Festival and was Oscar shortlisted.
Since 2010 Lindsey has been CEO of Fareshare the UK's largest charity fighting hunger and food waste . FareShare is a network of amazing people, volunteers and staff, who work hard to source surplus food from the food industry and redistribute it to charities. Since 2010 we have gone from 3,600 tonnes passed to 700 charities feeding 35,500 people per day and saving the charities nearly £8 million to now 13,552 tonnes to 7,000 charities, feeding 500,000 people per week and providing more than 28.6 million meals a year.. All done with in date, fit to retail food that is surplus in the food industries supply chain.
Teem Khan has 10 years experience as a retail operations manager and is an active campaigner in the LGBTQ & refugee community. He is also a member of the Gay Man dance Company (GMDC). He is currently seeking sanctuary in the UK.
Tom is Head of Mobilisation at Save the Children UK, and previously worked at Bond - the UK network for organisations working in international development, Tearfund and Chrisitan Aid, where he led campaigns on a range of aid and development topics, as well as supporting campaigning organisations across the world. He blogs at thoughtfulcampaigner.org and is a keen observer of the rapidly changing trends in advocacy in the UK and beyond. Away from work he's a keen runner and triathlete.