The Rt Revd Sarah Mullally is the 133rd Bishop of London. She was ordained in 2001, and in 2012 installed as Canon Treasurer at Salisbury Cathedral before becoming Bishop of Crediton in 2015. She is a member of the Church of England’s National Safeguarding Steering Group. Before ordination, she was a senior civil servant in the Department of Health, and in 1999 became the youngest person to hold the position of Chief Nursing Officer for England.
The Revd Malcolm Guite is an Anglican priest currently teaching in the pastoral theology programme at the Cambridge Theological Foundation. He describes the focus of his research as “the interface between theology and the arts, more specifically Theology and Literature”. He is a singer and guitarist with the Cambridgeshire-based blues, rhythm and blues, and rock band “Mystery Train”, and writes the weekly Poet’s Corner column for the Church Times.
The Revd Kate Coleman is the founding director of Next Leadership, which aims to “transform global leadership from the inside out, equipping leaders to serve well”. In 2006, she became the first black woman to be made President of the Baptist Union of Great Britain in 2006. She is Chair of the Evangelical Alliance Council, and the author of 7 Deadly Sins of Women in Leadership.