Bernard Ross and Clare Segal
Bernard Ross and Clare Segal founded The Management Centre,
a UK-based international management consultancy, in 1988.
Since then they have carried out consultancy and training
assignments for many international NGOs throughout the world,
including Amnesty International, Greenpeace, UNHCR, Save the
Children, UNICEF, WHO and HelpAge International. Bernard has
written and spoken widely on strategy and creativity in organisations
and Clare specialises in communications and marketing consultancy.
Bernard Ross has also worked in community settings using arts
and culture as a way to tackle social issues. He was responsible
for the first-ever breakfast television show to be transmitted
in the UK. He has won Gulbenkian Foundation and Arts Council
awards and is author of several publications.
Clare Segal worked for some time in the field of welfare rights,
before joining Community Service Volunteers, one of the UK’s
largest NGOs. In 1984 she set up her own media production
company and produced training videos and publications for
the NGO market. Awards for her work include the prestigious
Best Video Award in the United Kingdom’s Good Video
Guide and she too has had her work published.