André Nilsen
Chairman and Managing Director
Publisher and Editor-in-Chief

Dr André Nilsen is researching philosophy and global affairs. He is a College Lecturer and Tutor in Philosophy and Politics at Hertford College at the University of Oxford, also teaching for Stanford University. He is also the Chairman and CEO of Oxford Foresight, a global strategy consultancy. Dr Nilsen was for three years the acting Full Professor of International Business at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster. Dr Nilsen has a DPhil in political economy and an MPhil in European politics, law, and economics from Wadham College at the University of Oxford where he was the 2000 Norway Scholar. As an undergraduate, he studied at the University of Oslo, the University of Washington, Heidelberg University, and Harvard University.

Malte Nuhn
Vice Chairman, Board of Directors
Mr Malte Nuhn most recently was head of product management for a London-based internet start-up. Previously he was a commercial operations manager at LinkedIn, dividing his time between London and San Francisco. Mr Nuhn holds a B.A. in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford, and started his career in a consumer strategy consultancy.

Will Marshall
Vice Chairman, Board of Directors
Dr Will Marshall is the Co-founder and CEO of Planet, which runs the largest satellite constellation ever put into orbit. He is a space scientist, having worked on various spacecraft missions. He spent 6 years at NASA Ames Center in the small spacecraft office where he worked on the LADEE and LCROSS teams and was PI of the PhoneSat satellites; he also worked on methods to curb the problem of orbital space debris. Dr Marshall was formerly a research fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and fellow in the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology in the United Kingdom. Dr Marshall has a DPhil in physics from the University of Oxford and an MPhys in physics from the University of Leicester. Dr Marshall has held several leadership positions in organizations relating to education, science, space, and international affairs.