Tasoula is the founder of Walk of Truth. For more about her work and career, see her website http://www.tasoulahadjitofi.com/
Willy is chairman of the Belgian Federal Police Council, and the former Deputy Director of Europol. He is also a professor at the Benelux University Center. Throughout his career as a law enforcement professional, Willy has been actively involved in the fight against art trafficking. During his time at Europol, he became acquainted with the work of Tasoula Hadjitofi, the founder of Walk of Truth. He is currently serving as an expert on a Belgian parliamentary inquiry committee investigating terrorism.
David is a solicitor specialised in criminal law at Shepherd Harris and Co. He was the U.K. Member of Parliament for Enfield Southgate from 2005 to 2017. He served as Shadow Justice Minister between 2007 and 2010 and as a Parliamentary Private Secretary to Cabinet Office Ministers Francis Maude and Oliver Letwin and Environment Secretary Owen Paterson. In Parliament, he championed issues including criminal justice, drugs and alcohol treatment, international human rights, religious liberty, refugees and the protection of cultural heritage in conflict zones.
For over half a century, associated with and officer of Global Investment Banking Institutions in Asset Management. A regular in Think Tanks, with special interest in Conflict Prevention, focusing on underlying economic factors. Founder and president of “Medzamor Foundation” for reopening of the Nuclear Power Plant, Armenia. Founder and President of “Armenian Business Forum”, Armenia. Founder of ARPA Institute for Analyses, Research & Planning, Armenia. Served as Vice-President and on Boards of “Save Cyprus Council”, Los Angeles: “Armenian General Benevolent Union Central Committee”, USA; “Armenian Educational Foundation”, Los Angeles; “ArmTech for High Technology”, California & Armenia; “Cousins Club” for Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Resolution. Frequent lecturer on “Current Affairs”. Studied Physics, Economics & Finance.
Marina served as the culture editor at the Cypriot newspaper Fileftheros from 1990 until 2018, and is now an arts columnist for Politis, another Cypriot newspaper. She majored in art history at Richmond University in London and taught visual arts after graduating. She worked as an arts reporter for the newspaper Alithia and for CyBC before joining Fileftheros. She serves on various committees at the Cypriot Ministry of Education and Culture and the Cyprus Theatre Organization. She has published several books on art, including Cypriot Art in the 20th Century (2005) and Valentinos Charalambous, the Ceramist, (2016).