Since retiring from professional rugby in 2008, Lawrence has established a variety of business and commercial relationships. He was Sales Director of The Listening Company, a UK based call centre business which was sold to Serco in 2012.  He is most recently the Founder Partner of BBH Sport, a new Sports Marketing Agency that he launched in 2014.  Lawrence also works with Rugby World Cup England 2015 as well as being a Global Ambassador for Land Rover.  

In March 2013, Lawrence teamed up with BT Sport to launch the Sports Channel and become their leading rugby union expert.  Lawrence's role covers BT Sport's exclusive coverage of all the live matches from the Aviva Premiership as well as the European Champions Cup.  He features as both the studio expert pundit as well as a co-commentator.  He is a respected regular columnist for The Sunday Times.

Lawrence's outstanding achievements were recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours List, where he was awarded an MBE (2004) and an OBE (2008).

A keen Chelsea supporter, he lives in Richmond, West London and is married to Alice.  They have three children - Ella, Josie and Enzo.

Matthew Key was born in Chelsea, London and grew up in Kent attending Sir Joseph Williamson's Rochester Mathematical school for boys. Reading Economics at Birmingham University, he achieved a First Class Honours degree then qualified as a chartered accountant with Arthur Young in London in 1984.

Matthew's career continued with a variety of finance roles in blue chip FMCG companies including Coca Cola & Schweppes, Kingfisher, Grand Metropolitan and Vodafone.

In 2002, he joined O2 UK as CFO subsequently becoming CEO for 4 years until 2007. During this period he signed the partnership with Apple for the iPhone launch in the UK and opened the O2 in London. Matthew then became Chairman and CEO of Telefonica Europe, and in 2011 he became Chairman and CEO of Telefonica Digital, an operation developing, buying and partnering with new products for Telefonica's global operation across 25 countries.

In 2011, Matthew received an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Birmingham and was also made a member of the order of Isabella La Catolica by the King of Spain.

In 2014 Matthew decided to focus on a non executive career, having joined Burberry Plc, the leading British global fashion company in 2013, in that capacity. Matthew is a member of the nomination and remuneration committee and chair of the audit committee. Matthew also became a non-executive Director at BT Group plc in October 2018 and is a member of the nomination and audit committee.

He also currently mentors two leading large scale high tech CEO's .

Matthew was a member of the Samsung Europe advisory board from 2015 - 2017 and also a non executive director of OSN (a leading TV operator across the middle east ) from 2015 to 2018.

Married to Karen, he has three children; Nathan, Charlotte and Alexander. They live in Seer Green in Buckinghamshire

Charlie Taylor has specialised in working with children with emotional and behavioural difficulties throughout his career. For six years he was head teacher of the Willows Special school which was twice rated "outstanding" by Ofsted. He then worked as expert adviser to the government on behaviour and then became the chief executive of the National College for Teaching and leadership. In December 2016 he completed a review of the youth justice system for the Lord Chancellor and is now Chairman of the Youth Justice Board.

Andy is the Chief Executive at the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ), one of Westminster’s leading policy think tanks. Prior to joining the CSJ Andy co-founded the leading education charity, TwentyTwenty, growing it to be an organisation of national influence. In addition, Andy is a judge for the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, a board member of the National Council of Voluntary Organisations, and an advisor to several philanthropists.

Bill was founder and latterly Chairman of Delphis Consulting plc which had a staff of over 300 and sales of £20m per annum when it was sold to Morse Plc in 2000. Bill was also a Director of London Welsh RFC for over ten years until 2007.  He is currently Chairman of Clear Partners, a business development agency he helped set up in 2004.

Bill has also been coaching and mentoring for a number of years, and does some voluntary work for the Prince’s Trust.

Bill lives in South West London and is married with 3 children. He is a keen skier, golfer and cyclist.  He’s a fanatical follower of both the Wales rugby team and Chelsea.

Jackie is a Founding Partner of independent creative agency The Brooklyn Brothers who set up to respond to today's unique communications challenges and to get brands talked about by a new, empowered, digitally literate consumer. The agency has offices in the US, UK, Brazil, and China and works with global brands such as Land Rover, Virgin, Apple, BBC Worldwide, Rockstar Games and The New York Rangers. 

In her 20 year career Jackie was Managing Director of Craik Jones Watson Mitchell Voelkel, one of the UK's most creatively awarded direct and digital agencies, as well as a Director at Collette Dickenson Pearce where she helped to launch one of the UK's more pioneering integrated models. 

In 2008, she founded her own creative agency with three partners, together growing the business to cover the US, UK, Europe, South America and Asia.  The Brooklyn Brothers now employs 180 people worldwide and specialises in integrated accounts covering advertising, PR, digital, social and experiential.

She is a member of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Women in Business Development committee, Women in Advertising and Communications London (WACL) and recently co-founded the Professional Women's Network working with UK Home Secretary Theresa May's Conservative Women2Win team.

John is the former Head of the New Rush Hall Group, an organisation made up of six special education units which work with children experiencing social, emotional and/or mental health difficulties (SEMH). Leading the charge of this group for 28 years, his dedicated efforts resulted in 8 ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted judgements across the Group.

John’s mission is now to help teachers with techniques and approaches which continue to inspire young people and give them the chance to take on a life they deserve. John currently also mentors a number of Headteachers.

As a result of his exceptional contribution to education, John has been awarded an OBE and Honorary Doctorate for services to Special Education and is also a National Leader in Education and an Apple Distinguished Educator. He is highly regarded within the education network as an expert in delivering the highest standards of education within the restrictions of demanding and challenging learning environments.

Zenna Hopson is an experienced chairman, CEO and board member, with extensive expertise in implementing good governance leading to effective strategic delivery. She is an acclaimed entrepreneur, with a prominent voice and a recognised expert in driving profitable social change, through high-profile public and private organisations. Zenna currently works as CEO in the youth charity sector and holds a small portfolio of private sector directorships.

Prior to this Zenna was the Chairman of Ofsted, the children and learners’ inspection and regulation body. She was also the Group Chairman of Places for People, a British property development and management company.

Nicola is the Chief Risk Officer for Macquarie Asset Management, part of the Macquarie Group. Macquarie Asset Management is a full-service asset manager, providing investment solutions to clients across a range of capabilities. Nicola is a member of Macquarie Asset Management Executive Committee and chairs the Macquarie Asset Management Risk Committee.

Nicola is a qualified lawyer with over 17 years’ experience aligned to or working in the financial services sector. Prior to joining Macquarie, Nicola worked for Allen & Overy LLP as a lawyer in their Employment Law department, predominantly aligned to Financial Services. Nicola holds a First Class Honours Degree in Scots Law.

Caroline was appointed as the company secretary for the Dallaglio Foundation in June 2011. She also provides the tax and accounting support to the Foundation from her position with H L Barnes and Sons, based in Stratford upon Avon. She was very pleased to be invited to assist the charity in its important work. She lives in Warwickshire and has three adult children.

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